Skip to main content
Hello Visitor!     Log In
Share |

Mircea Malitza

Malitza, Mircea

Malitza, Mircea

President of the Future Studies Commission of the Romanian Academy; Honorary member of the Club of Rome

Job Title

President of the Future Studies Commission of the Romanian Academy; Honorary member of the Club of Rome

Prof. Mircea Malitza is currently the Founding Member of the Black Sea University Foundation and Vicepresident of the European Cultural Centre, Bucharest. Prof. Malitza is also one of the founding members of the NGO 'Club of Bucharest. He was Director of the Library of the Romanian Academy (1950-1956), first counselor of the Permanent Mission of Romania to the UN (1956-1961), Director of the Cultural Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1961-1962), Deputy Minister UN bodies International (1962-1970), Minister of Education (1970-1972), Foreign Adviser and Minister of State, Member of the UN world conferences preparatory to the public, science and technology for development (1974 - 1979), former Romanian ambassador to the UN in Switzerland (Geneva) (1980-1982), and in the U.S. (1982-1984).

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

The Double Helix of Learning and Work*   ( Education ), ( Employment ), ( New Economics )
 Get Full Text in PDF Editors’ Note The Double Helix of Learning and Work by Orio Giarini and Mircea Malitza is a report to the Club of Rome first published by UNESCO in 2003. It advances fundamental paradigm-changing ideas in the field of education. Drawing inspiration from the double helix structure of DNA, the authors seek to strengthen the relationship between education and employment in order to bring ‘The Knowledge Society’ within reach. This article is an abridged version of the...
The Double Helix of Learning and Work*   ( Education ), ( New Paradigm )
 Get Full Text in PDF Editors’ Note The Double Helix of Learning and Work by Orio Giarini and Mircea Malitza is a report to the Club of Rome first published by UNESCO in 2003. It advances fundamental paradigm-changing ideas in the field of education. Drawing inspiration from the double helix structure of DNA, the authors seek to strengthen the relationship between education and employment in order to bring ‘The Knowledge Society’ within reach. This article is a slightly abridged version of...
The Double Helix of Learning and Work: Chapter 3 – I Work, Therefore I Am   ( Education ), ( Employment ), ( New Economics )
 Get Full Text in PDF Editors' Note The Double Helix of Learning and Work by Orio Giarini and Mircea Malitza is a report to the Club of Rome first published by UNESCO in 2003. It advances fundamental paradigm-changing ideas in the field of education. Drawing inspiration from the double helix structure of DNA, the authors seek to strengthen the relationship between education and employment in order to bring ‘The Knowledge Society’ within reach. This article is an abridged version of the...
Double Helix of Learning and Work   ( Education ), ( Employment )
 Get Full Text in PDF Editors’ Note The Double Helix of Learning and Work by Orio Giarini and Mircea Malitza is a report to the Club of Rome first published by UNESCO in 2003. It advances fundamental paradigm-changing ideas in the field of education. Drawing inspiration from the double helix structure of DNA, the authors seek to strengthen the relationship between education and employment in order to bring ‘The Knowledge Society’ within reach. This article is an abridged version of the...
The Double Helix of Learning and Work   ( Education )
 Get Full Text in PDF Editors' Note The Double Helix of Learning and Work by Orio Giarini and Mircea Malitza is a report to the Club of Rome first published by UNESCO in 2003. It advances fundamental paradigm-changing ideas in the field of education. Drawing inspiration from the double helix structure of DNA, the authors seek to strengthen the relationship between education and employment in order to bring ‘The Knowledge Society’ within reach. This article contains the first chapter of the...