Aim and purpose


This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Romanian Revolution, 160 years since the Unification of the Romanian Principalities and 169 years since the Moldovan ruler, Grigore Alexandru Ghica, reformed the public order system by setting up the Gendarmerie Corps, who would become the Gendarmerie Institution of today.

The re-establishment of state institutions on democratic grounds has decisively favored both the remodeling of the Gendarmerie Institution and the development of a new conception of the role of internal security forces at the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century.

The Romanian Gendarmerie will always be in the service of the country and for the benefit of the citizens, defending the law and dignity of the human person, contributing to the promotion of love for the homeland and the people and to preserving the spiritual and material values ​​of Romania.

Structured on 4 sections, the symposium intends to debate particularly important aspects, both about the tradition and history of this prestigious corps and about the present, thus trying to identify potential directions and trends of evolution.

The evolution of our society is highly dynamic and thus The Gendarmerie must continuously adapt in order to fulfill its mission: protecting the fundamental values of The Romanian state.

As an important public order structure of The Romanian state, the Gendarmerie must not neglect the new Euro-Atlantic realities.


Panels

I.    PAGES FROM THE HISTORY OF ROMANIAN GENDARMERIE

II.  PUBLIC ORDER AND NATIONAL SECURITY

III.  NATIONAL AND EURO-ATLANTIC SECURITY

IV.  MANAGEMENT AND HUMANITIES