Peace Museum Romania (Muzeul Păcii România), the first South- Eastern European Peace Museum and the first Mobile Peace Museum in the world will be hosted by the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, between March 27, 2019 - April 12, 2019.
Peace Museum Romania (Muzeul Păcii România) is a national and international project designed to promote peace and human rights by presenting outstanding personalities of the world who have contributed to the defense of peace, freedom and human rights in the spirit of international and European conventions. The founding of the Peace Museum Romania took place in January 2018, in Rm. Vâlcea (Romania) and the founder of the museum is Magdalena Cristina BUTUCEA.
Peace Museum Romania (Muzeul Păcii România) is unique in South - Eastern Europe because wants to spread the notion of peace as much as possible among members of local and national communities and among young people (students, pupils )and it has a distinctive character: mobility. Being an atypical museum, respectively the exhibits, presenting the personalities of the world who made a positive difference through their peace and human rights activities, are exposed in different cities of Romania and Europe, within cultural institutions. Thus, the Romanian Peace Museum was present - in June 2018 in Vienna, in October 2018, in Sibiu, then from November to January 2019 in Alba Iulia, a city with an important historic significance for the history of the Romanians.
It is the first Peace Museum mobile in the world. The idea of the mobility of this museum belongs to its founder who wanted the widest possible spread of peace education in the world.
Peace Museum Romania (Muzeul Păcii România) includes, along with the exhibition and presentation of personalities, workshops for students and the interested public, workshops which are supported by the founder of the museum, Magdalena Cristina BUTUCEA, having as main theme, the broad explanation of the notion of peace, explanation of the notion of war and the types of war known to mankind's history; as well as ways to achieve sustainable peace both at local, national and international level. The workshops have an interactive character, the participating audience being able to take part in discussions and debates.