How is non-refundable funding for cultural projects distributed from the Constanta Provincial Council budget? (document)

  • The largest funding goes to the Obsidian Cultural Association for the “Tomis Lights of History” project.
  • Funded amount 1,060.290 lei
  • Obsidian appears to be linked to the 4V Motorsport Sports Club Association, which lost funding for sports projects, according to our information after a reassessment, to the Constanta County Football Association.
  • They have also received funding: UDTTMR, Art Music for People Association, MARe Foundation, Georgiana Rusu Cultural Association, Talianu Iulică PFA, Romanian Association of Traditional Games and Sports

The Constana Provincial Council, as the contracting authority, has announced the recipients of non-reimbursable funding for cultural projects for the current year.

The projects have gone through a public selection and will benefit from non-reimbursable funding from the Constanta Provincial Budget 2022, in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 350/2005 on the System of Non-Refundable Funding from Public Funds Destined for Non-Profit Activities of Public Interest and HCJC No. 54 of 23.02.2222 regarding the approval of the non-refundable financing scheme.

After the deliberations of the selection committee, non-refundable funding contracts in the field of culture are awarded as follows:

Association of the art of music for the people For the project “100% Romanian rock”. – The amount of financing 455,437 lei according to the financing contract No. 23496 / 02.06.2022.

The association was founded in 2015, and is based in Constanta. Veronica Neguțu, Project Director, has started several projects over time through the associations to which she belongs. He is a member of the Association Pontus Euxinus and Secretary of the Artistic Music of the People Constanța, as well as a member of the civil society “Psihoplus” Constanța, according to the Declaration of Interests from 2021. At the same time, Albatros “Constanța.

MAAR Foundation / Art Museum newly For the “Art at Sea” project. – Funded amount: 250,723 lei according to financing contract No. 23540 / 02.06.2022.

Romanian Association of Traditional Games and Sports for the project “Preserving the Identity of Minorities in the Province of Constanta through Traditional Games and Sports”. Funded amount: 120,000 lei for financing contract No. 23485/02.06.2022.

Rosso I Georgiana PFA For the “Dance Crossing County” project. Funded amount: 297 thousand lei according to financing contract No. 23380 / 02.06.2022.

Georgiana Russo Cultural Association For the “Music Crossing County” project. Funded amount: 320,000 lei on financing contract No. 23544 / 02.06.2022.

The Georgiana Rusu Cultural Association has a set of 32 cultural projects organized in 5 years of activity, the total value of which exceeds 1 million euros. In total, 23 projects were organized with funding from the Administration of the National Cultural Fund (AFCN), eight projects funded by the Constanta City Council and one project funded by the Constanta Provincial Council. In 2021, the Georgiana Rusu Cultural Association organized seven cultural projects, four of which were funded by the City Hall of Constanța and three were funded by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund – AFCN

Obsidian Cultural Association For the project “Tomis Lights for History”. – Funded amount: 1,060.290 lei according to financing contract No. 23407/02.06.2022.

We were particularly surprised not only by the budget received by the Obsidian Association, but particularly by the fact that the NGO appears to be linked to the 4V Motorsport Sports Club, which has lost funding for sports projects, from our information after the reassessment, to the Constana County Football Association, see section Read and.

According to the National Register of Associations, the board of directors of both NGOs It consists of: Chairperson Mihaela Camelia Vlad, Vice President Irina Badiou, Secretary Marius Stirbo in the Obsidian case and Mihaela Camelia Vlad, Vice President Irina Badiou and Secretary Radu Ioan Tulpan in the case. Union Club 4V Motorsports.

Democratic Union of Turkic Tatars and Muslims in Romania About the project “International Festival of Dance and Song and the Turkish Tatar Folk Port”. Funded amount: 300 thousand lei according to financing contract No. 23536 / 02.06.2022.

Democratic Union of Turkic Tatars and Muslims in Romania For the project “International Tatar Championship – Koryo – Black Sea Cup”. Funded amount: 152 thousand lei according to financing contract No. 23373/02.06.2022.

The Democratic Union of Turkic Tatars and Muslims of Romania is led by Jalil Esirgip, Honorary Adviser to the President of the CJC, Mihai Lobo.

Based on the decision of the Initiative Committee on December 28, 1989, confirmed by the Constituent Assembly on December 29, 1989, the Turkish-Islamic Democratic Union was established in Romania. The aim of this union was to unite, in a single national minority organization, all the Tatars and Turks of Romania, on the basis of a community of ethnic origin, language, historical traditions and Islamic faith. On April 12, 1990, a split occurred within the Turkic Tatar community in our country, as a result of the creation of the Union of Turkic Ethnic Minorities in Romania (UMETR). At the express request of this organization, through the 1st District Court of Bucharest, our organization, on July 23, 1990, changed its name in the Democratic Union of the Muslim Turkic Tatars of Romania.

Talianu Iulică PFA For the “Tomisul Cultural” project. Funded amount: 40 thousand lei according to financing contract No. 23537/02.06.2022.

Determine:

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The information in this article is in the public interest and is obtained from open public sources.

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