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Saturday 23 October 2021

15ème édition du dîner de charité de Femmes Developpement

Les amitiés de longue date sont comme des fleurs: on doit les entretenir et soigner, comme toute chose qui compte dans la vie. Alors quand Luisella Moreschi organise la 15ème édition du dîner de charité en faveur des veuves de Rwanda, les amis sont là pour soutenir les magnifiques projets qu’elle mène au Rwanda avec Femmes Developpement A.S.B.L. 

Bravo pour cette initiative qui change la vie de beaucoup de familles, grâce aux micro-crédits que les veuves peuvent recevoir pour démarrer leurs petites affaires, qui contribuent non seulement au bien-être et une stabilité financière de leurs familles, mais aussi au développement local et régional!

Michel Boufassa Lova Ruth Cohen-Sizyandji Ruth Gallery- Luxembourg Casino 2000 Sonia Pinternagel Aicha Bogaert Nadejda Trotsenko Marthe Kayossi 

#Rwanda #femmesdeveloppement #charitydinner #change



Friday 15 October 2021

LuxERA Emerging Researchers’ Conference 2021

Speaking in public is no longer a stressful moment for me, as I've been doing it on a regular basis for more than 15 years. However, on the 11th November I will participate for the first time in the LuxERA Emerging Researchers’ Conference 2021, which will be the first time I present my preliminary findings in the framework of my PhD research project. My presentation starts at 9 am (CET) and is entitled: Introducing Soft Skills in Vocational Education : A Step to Increase Employability in Traditional Manual Working Areas?

I'm very honored to have been accepted as Keynote speaker in this prestigious conference, because it will allow me to get valuable feedback from peers, emerging researchers like myself, as well as from experienced researchers in the field of education. 

You can find below the programme of the Conference, which this year will take place online, and you still have the opportunity to register by clicking on the following link: LuxERA Emerging Researchers’ Conference 2021 Tickets, Mi, 10.11.2021 um 13:00 Uhr | Eventbrite. The participation is free of charge. 

Programme of the 

LuxERA Ermerging Researchers' Conference 2021 

- 10 & 11/11/2021 -

#LuxERA #educationResearch #myPhDjourney


Wednesday 13 October 2021

CLC networking chez Bernard Massard

 Belle 1ère manifestation en présentiel hier chez Bernard-Massard organisé par la clc - confédération luxembourgeoise du commerce, qui a marqué le dernier événement de son directeur, Nicolas Henckes, mais aussi les 100 ans de Bernard Massard, les 100 ans de LA LUX, ansi que les 30 ans de Mediation SA - Communication - Live - Digital - Field, 3 membres de longue date de la CLC.

En ma fonction de secrétaire général adjointe du parti CSV - Chrëschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei, j’ai bien entendu le mécontentement des producteurs de vin et spiritueux luxembourgeois quant à la proposition de loi relative à la consigne des bouteilles de vin. Une proposition de loi dans la rédaction de laquelle la Confédération des producteurs de vin luxembourgeois dont la présidence est assurée par Antoine Clasen, l’orateur et hôte de l’événement hier. Une consigne de bouteilles qui sera une vrai casse-tête pour les producteurs et qui ne sera pas écologique, vu les produits chimiques forts qui devront être utilisés pour laver les bouteilles, mais aussi l’énorme coût des machines pour un petit volume de bouteilles, vu la petite taille de notre pays. La proposition des lois doit être bien réfléchie en concertation avec les gens du terrain, dans le contexte spécifique de notre pays et absolument dans un contexte regional, étant donné que beaucoup de clients du Luxembourg passent les frontières avec les bouteilles achetées au Luxembourg.

Merci à Lova Ruth Cohen-Sizyandji de la Ruth Gallery- Luxembourg pour l’invitation; son entreprise propose des oeuvres d’art en location, donc avis aux amateurs et connaisseurs d’art ainsi qu’aux collectionneurs. 

#clc #clcnetworking


Friday 8 October 2021

This little girl is me


This little girl grew up in a communist country, Romania, where the norm was to keep one’s mouth shut to avoid troubles with the regime & the authority. 

Whilst she was lucky to live in a loving family, the youngest of 4 siblings and with a mother who always encouraged her, this little girl wasn’t afraid to respectfully challenge the status quo & express her different opinions, either in her family against having to pose in this picture, or in school for having to regularly start a sports class at 7 am.

Whilst living in a country with limited personal resources, the communism taught this little girl to find creative solutions, the power of paying attention, of questioning the rules & suggesting changes to frameworks to become more inclusive. And the power of persistence. Like when, after her 1st year at Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, she was offered the opportunity to represent the City of #Sibiu at a conference on languages in #Austria, and her family didn’t have the money to pay for her flight ticket. She didn’t give up! She visited different local companies and convinced them to sponsor her ticket. Probably it’s for this reason that, for 10 years already, she has been offering scholarships in her home city to the best students. 

This little girl has followed her dreams & created 4 companies in 3 different countries, published several books, games& pedagogical materials, available in #Luxembourg, her country of adoption.

This little girl has co-founded the most important women organizations in Luxembourg, to give a voice to women entrepreneurs & inspiring leaders who are role models in their communities: in 2004 - the FFCEL / Fédération des Femmes Cheffes d’Entreprises de Luxembourg, in 2007 - Femmes Leaders du Luxembourg, in 2009 - Inspiring Wo-Men. And in 2013 she became the only woman from Luxembourg to have been awarded by EIGE the title of “Woman Inspiring Europe”.

This little girl then had the courage to enter local politics. She even became the 1st Romanian candidate in Luxembourg-city’s elections & the 1st foreigner to join the leadership of a political party in Luxembourg, CSV, where she is currently deputy General Secretary. She is also the 1st & only foreigner in the Board of the biggest association promoting the national language of her new country, Actioun Lëtzebuergesch, eis Sprooch, which is celebrating next month their 50th anniversary.

She remained modest, humble & grateful for everything she has achieved and also for what she didn’t achieve, but taught her powerful lessons.

This little girl is me. 

From that year when I’ve asked companies to help me make happen my 1st trip abroad, I now lead since 2004 my own company, Languages.lu, and am supporting other people  in their quests to change their lives & pursue their dreams. 

Why am I sharing my story with you?

Because, according to Inspiring Girls International, more than 90% of girls feel they have higher personal & career aspirations after following inspirational women on social media. 

I encourage all inspiring women in my network to also share their stories. Let’s support girls to become the Inspiring Wo-Men of tomorrow!


#inspiringgirlsinternational  #inspiringwomen #womensupportingwomen

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