Applying external practices in a different context from which they were taken never produces the results that we expect. She will come in front of TEDxBucharest’s public to share from her experience as a teacher in Tunisia, Switzerland and France and to spread the idea that sometimes we have to “make it happen” in our own way if we want to make it.
During her teaching and academic career, she taught at prestigious universities from all over the world. She is Romania’s representative on the Board of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union, and she also was a member of the Superior Council of Magistracy. In April 2013 she was appointed member of the Board of selecting judges to the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Simina Tănăsescu will talk about the long road from „wanting it”, to „making it happen” and about the way in which borrowing external practices can sometimes prevent us from achieving the desired results. Based on her research and professional experience, she will shed light on what she calls „practices transplant” and its effects.