On May 26th, 2019, Romanians from all over the world had to vote for the European Parliament elections. Thousands of Romanians living abroad have waited for hours at endless queues to exercise their right to vote. I took these photographs at the polling station in Harrow, London, where the doors were closed 45 minutes earlier.Continue reading “Hours of waiting in vain for thousands of Romanians who wanted to vote | photo-reportage”
I am interested in migration and cultural identity of Romanians based in London. The latest statistics prove that Romanian people are the second biggest migrant community from the United Kingdom. This project shows a contrast within a Romanian couple which faces the uncertainty of belonging and whose future is unpredictable because of Brexit.
What should have been an important change in the Constitution of Romania, transformed in into an important exercise of democracy. One of the changes that were proposed by the Referendum was to change a Law that will somehow prevent same-sex marriages. The referendum failed because only 21,41% of the Romanians entitled to vote went toContinue reading “0,16% — An exercise of democracy”