Moldova is one of the first countries in Europe to adopt a new National Programme on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Moldova is one of the first countries in Europe to adopt a new National Programme on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights The new National Program on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights 2018-2022, recently approved by the Government of the Republic of Moldova, aims to improve the access to and the quality of services, and to inform the population in this regard. Thus, the basic human right to decide freely and responsibly on the number and spacing of their children and Mehr lesen...

Die Republik Moldau wurde erneut in der EMRK verurteilt

Die Republik Moldau wurde erneut in der EMRK verurteilt The Republic of Moldova was again condemned to the ECtHR for inhumane detention conditions. Moldova will have to pay 6,300 euros for two former detainees, TV Moldova 1 reports. The two complained that they were detained in inadequate prison conditions in the Transnistrian region, and that the civil proceedings had an excessively long duration.The decision was published on the High Court website. Magistrates unanimously decided that in both cases, Article 3 of the Mehr lesen...

Proteste gegen das Parlament und die Regierung. Christen fordern das Verbot von Homosexualität

Proteste gegen das Parlament und die Regierung. Christen fordern das Verbot von Homosexualität   A group of priests and Christians protested in front of the Parliament and Government Buildings, demanding to amend the Contravention Code and ban the propagation of other marriage relations than those between a man and a woman. The Government and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research were asked not to introduce the subject “Sexual Education” in the school program, as it is provided in the National Program Mehr lesen...

Jede fünfte Frau in Moldawien ist sexueller Belästigung am Arbeitsplatz ausgesetzt

Jede fünfte Frau in Moldawien ist sexueller Belästigung am Arbeitsplatz ausgesetzt The workplaces or education institutions are the environments where sexual harassment is most often manifested in the Republic of Moldova. Thus, each fifth woman is subject to sexual harassment at the workplace, while another 20% of the women, according to statistics, were threatened or told to have sex by the teacher so as to enjoy particular benefits in the education process. The large number of sexually harassed persons is due not Mehr lesen...

Verweigerung der angemessenen medizinischen Versorgung von Herrn Serghei Cosovan während der Haft

Verweigerung der angemessenen medizinischen Versorgung von Herrn Serghei Cosovan während der Haft   The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in the Republic of Moldova.   Brief Description of the Situation The International Secretariat of OMCT has been informed by reliable sources about the denial of adequate medical care of Mr. Serghei Cosovan, a 46-year-old Moldovan citizen, held in custody pending trial in Prison No.16-Pruncul, Chisinau, Moldova. According to the information received, Mr. Serghei Cosovan, who is in the end-stage of Mehr lesen...

Im Kampf für die Nichtdiskriminierung der LGBT-Gemeinschaft verletzte die Polizei die Rechte anderer Bürger

Im Kampf für die Nichtdiskriminierung der LGBT-Gemeinschaft verletzte die Polizei die Rechte anderer Bürger A group of Christians who took part in the protest against the LGBT march of May 19 ask the Prosecutor General’s Office to become involved and hold accountable the police officers who maintained public order. The Christians say they were groundlessly insulted by the police while they were demonstrating peacefully and remained profoundly traumatized and shocked by such behavior by the police. In a news conference at IPN, priest Gennady Mehr lesen...

Moldova repeatedly convicted by ECHR for unlawful detention: Applicant to receive over 5 thousand euros

Moldova repeatedly convicted by ECHR for unlawful detention: Applicant to receive over 5 thousand euros The Republic of Moldova has been again convicted by the European Court of Human Rights for illegal detention of a person and restricting his access to the case materials. The Court decision, which was published today, May 15, ordered the state to pay the applicant damages of 5650 euros. According to lhr.md, the complaint was made by Iurie Pasa, a 34-year-old resident of Balti. The man was detained Mehr lesen...

Media NGOs describe sequestration of issue of newspaper “Cuvantul” as serious abuse

Media NGOs describe sequestration of issue of newspaper “Cuvantul” as serious abuse   Media nongovernmental organizations consider the steps taken by the economic police division of the Rezina Police Inspectorate, namely the sequestration of the issue of the independent regional weekly “Cuvantul” (“Word”), are a serious abuse and an attempt to intimidate the journalists of this newspaper. The weekly in the recent period reportedly published a number of investigations about the property and personal interests of the district’s administration, especially Eleonora Graur, Mehr lesen...

Die Pressefreiheit in Moldawien verschlechtert sich jährlich

Die Pressefreiheit in Moldawien verschlechtert sich jährlich Moldova ranked the 81st place among 180 world countries in the Press Freedom Rating, which is annually compiled by the organization “Reporters Without Borders”. In comparison to 2017, the republic climbed down one position, with an index of 30.08 points (+0.4%). According to the organization website, the index rates are calculated on the basis of journalists’ working conditions and the self-censure, the condition of legal defense, media outlets’ independence, as well as their diversity. Each Mehr lesen...

Das US-Außenministerium hat schwere Menschenrechtsverletzungen in Moldawien festgestellt

Das US-Außenministerium hat schwere Menschenrechtsverletzungen in Moldawien festgestellt В ежегодном докладе Госдепартамента США о соблюдении прав человека Молдова отмечена, как страна с политзаключенными, где сохраняются пытки, допускается селективная юстиция и коррупция среди прокуроров и судей. Как отмечается в Докладе, «наиболее важные проблемы прав человека включают пытки в тюрьмах и психоневрологических учреждениях; суровые условия содержания в тюрьмах; произвольный арест или задержание; отказ в справедливом публичном разбирательстве; ограничения свободы средств массовой информации, особенно в Приднестровье; коррупция; случаи принудительного аборта; изнасилования и другие виды насилия в Mehr lesen...