BACAU, Romania – American Councils for International Education won two national awards last week at the Romanian Youth Gala.
American Councils Romania earned second place in the cultural category for the 2017 Elie Wiesel Study Tour, which shared Holocaust-era history with a group of students. The tour also won a special award for combatting discrimination and promoting gender equality.
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