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The Tolerance Poster Show in Turda, Romania

On Friday December 13th the Tolerance Poster Show opened at Fabrica de Timp Liber (former beer factory), converted into a comunity center. The show was hosted by Ratiu Democracy Centre, which is created to encourage and promote democratic values such as freedom of thought, tolerance and diversity.
The show was a part of "(r)evolution" event featuring workshop on education and discussion on tolerance having as guest speaker Paul Mureșan, a well known Romanian artist  and outspoken gay rights activist.

This show was made possible with the effort of Ovidiu Hrin, Ciprian Cucu and Ratiu Democracy Centre.

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