PACE condemns Moldovan authorities for human rights violations

2023-10-26T17:25:36+02:00

The website of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe published a declaration by PACE members condemning the regime ruling in Moldova The declaration refers to the disregard by the Moldovan authorities of the PACE resolution on the reform of justice and the development of democratic institutions, adopted in January 2023. The PACE members state that the implementation of the prevetting procedure and justice reform has failed. They cite

PACE condemns Moldovan authorities for human rights violations2023-10-26T17:25:36+02:00

The state silences discrimination in Moldova

2023-07-31T12:27:28+02:00

Last year, discrimination by language was at the top of the list in Moldova This was stated by the head of the Equality Council, Jan Feldman "There is discrimination in Moldova. There is discrimination in Moldova based on the criterion of language. People who speak all languages in Moldova - Russian, Romanian, Gagauz, Ukrainian - have enough rights. The question is how they are applied and how the state reacts

The state silences discrimination in Moldova2023-07-31T12:27:28+02:00

Moldova ranks among the leaders in terms of imprisonment

2023-07-03T16:03:33+02:00

The Moldovan criminal justice system is one of the toughest in Europe. This is evidenced by an analysis of European prisons and statistics released this week on June 27 in the Council of Europe's annual report. According to the report, Moldova is ahead of many other countries in terms of prison population and among the top three countries in terms of length of prison sentences. The study is conducted annually

Moldova ranks among the leaders in terms of imprisonment2023-07-03T16:03:33+02:00

The situation of refugees in Moldova

2023-06-24T17:17:54+02:00

The "success story" that Moldova has successfully coped with the flow of refugees from Ukraine may lose relevance.   Five months ago, the government stopped allocating money for the maintenance of refugee centres, while Western partners in general have donated at least 150 million euros to Moldova to provide comfort to Ukrainian citizens fleeing the war. The authorities admit that things are going badly, but they cannot say exactly where

The situation of refugees in Moldova2023-06-24T17:17:54+02:00

US State Department points out human rights problems in Moldova in its 2022 annual report

2023-03-28T09:36:56+02:00

US State Department criticises Moldova for human rights abuses The document identifies problems such as: "reports of torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment by the authorities", "unsuitable and life-threatening conditions in prisons", "serious problems with the independence of courts", "acts of corruption in state bodies". The following problems with the observance of human rights in Moldova are listed in the published report: Reports of torture or cruel, inhuman or

US State Department points out human rights problems in Moldova in its 2022 annual report2023-03-28T09:36:56+02:00

The situation with human rights in Moldova is under close control of the Swiss Confederation

2022-11-11T17:35:49+01:00

Moldova is a candidate for EU membership and must strictly follow the roadmap for reforming the entire spectrum of legislation and political and social institutions. Solidaritätsnetz International, as an international organization, is closely following the political crisis in Moldova in the context of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms of the individual and citizen. We are outraged by a number of gross violations of the prescriptions of European law

The situation with human rights in Moldova is under close control of the Swiss Confederation2022-11-11T17:35:49+01:00

Refugee financial assistance programme in Moldova

2022-10-24T14:40:57+02:00

What is UNHCR's financial assistance programme in Moldova? Refugees from Ukraine in Moldova. Refugee reception centre in Chisinau The Refugee Financial Assistance Programme in Moldova is managed by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and its partners, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Caritas Moldova and Diakonia, and coordinated with the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. Since March 2022, UNHCR and its partners have been providing emergency financial assistance

Refugee financial assistance programme in Moldova2022-10-24T14:40:57+02:00

More than 2,400 Ukrainian refugee children attend schools and kindergartens in Moldova

2022-10-06T10:33:25+02:00

According to the Ministry of Education and Science of Moldova, more than 2,400 refugee children from Ukraine attend schools and kindergartens in the country. There are 1,782 students enrolled in 226 general education institutions. Among them, 625 children attend primary school and another 505 attend gymnasium, according to trm.md Of the total number of students enrolled, 996 study in Russian and 160 in Romanian. There are also 626 children enrolled

More than 2,400 Ukrainian refugee children attend schools and kindergartens in Moldova2022-10-06T10:33:25+02:00

Ukrainian refugees to benefit from career counseling

2022-09-29T12:41:59+02:00

The refugees from Ukrainian and from other countries will receive career counseling in the Republic of Moldova as part of the project “ROBOTA: Career counseling and protection of the labor rights of refugees”.   The applicants can go to the office opened inside the Press House (of. 210) between 9am and 6pm from Monday through Friday, IPN reports. The pilot project will be initially implemented in Chisinau. Later, the project

Ukrainian refugees to benefit from career counseling2022-09-29T12:41:59+02:00

Prosecutors legalise million-dollar profits at weddings and christenings

2022-08-24T08:11:37+02:00

Prosecutors in the Republic of Moldova declare donations from relatives or friends to the LE in order to legitimise illegal income. This is evidenced by research data. It notes that the number of prosecutors who declare donations is increasing. Mostly, they cite a gift received at a wedding, christening or in the form of a transfer as the source of money received. For example, between 2018 and 2019, around 11%

Prosecutors legalise million-dollar profits at weddings and christenings2022-08-24T08:11:37+02:00
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