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The national and international prizes won by Romanian authors, the numerous book fairs at which Polirom has taken part (Frankfurt, Leipzig, Lille, Zurich, Basle, Berne), and also numerous publications abroad, whether already in print or in press, have confirmed not only individual authors but also an entire literary wave.” (Doris Mironescu) ”Besides this appealing diversity, the indisputable worth of the writers included in Polirom’s catalogues ought to make us confident, even optimistic, as to the response our literature deserves to produce abroad, a literature which for far too long was written exclusively by poets and critics, and was thus inevitably relegated to a minor status, that of a restricted, local, mimetic phenomenon.It is something well known, something always repeated as a wearisome reproach, that since the beginnings of our timid synchronisation with the West, prose (or the novel, to be more precise) has been our sole chance, the only form of expression whereby we have been capable of stirring the interest of foreign audiences in lands with high cultural pedigrees.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under law.Each product either comes with an embedded LICENSE file or an installation program that will display the license for you.Not only the more intense rhythm of life but also a vital connection to the realities of the day oblige contemporary writers to problematise the world around them, from the political baggage of their personal memory to the miracles of everyday life, from sub‑humanity to postmodernism.More recently, it has also been literature that has succeeded in imprinting an image of Romania’s identity abroad.
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People in Needs achievements have been officially recognized by the Czech Foreign Ministrys Gratias Agit Award in 1997 and the Democracy and Civil Society Award in 1998 from the European Union and the US.
Former Czech President Vclav Havel, a long-term partner of People in Need, has also recognized the organizations work in the field of human rights.
The ICDC was founded in September 2003 as a response to the latest brutal crackdown by the Cuban government in the spring of that year against those pushing for democratic reforms, freedom of speech and adherence to international human rights agreements.
The ICDC is an organization that was created by prominent international political figures, diplomats and intellectuals from across Europe, the United States and Latin America who want to show political solidarity with fellow democracy activists in Cuba and channel economic support to Cubas democratic opposition. The ICDC represents one body within a broader movement to bring democracy to Cuba as Castros dictatorship completes its fifth decade in power.