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Painters from both banks of the Nistru river show their works at joint exhibitions

Young painters from Chisinau, Tiraspol and Bender, 10 from each bank of the Nistru river, organized a joint painting exhibition at the B.P. Hasdeu library in Chisinau during March 16–23, 2019.  

The public libraries from Moldova are electoral education friendly

If some time ago a library was a place for borrowing books, in the last years this kind of institution is not only gathering people who share the passion for reading. Here the visitors can enrich…  

A student from Taraclia fights violence through art

Diana Karapencova, a 17-year-old student from Taraclia, has her own strategy of fighting violence.  

Martishor from home

The first day of spring was celebrated in two villages from Moldova – Chiscareni, Singerei district and Pelinia, Drochia district – by organizing traditional workshops called “Șezătoare”. Local…  

Victor Izbas, UNDP intern: "The mission of my life is to break down stereotypes"

Victor Izbas is 24 years old and has been an intern for two months at UNDP, as part of a wider UN Programme for increasing accessibility and diversity in the institution.  

Young people, especially the first voters, have become informed voters

“In the beginning, I was not thinking to participate in elections”, that’s how Lucian Deleu, an 18-year-old young man from Balti, started his presentation. Until the spring of last year, he did not…  

Migration on the radar of Moldovan town halls

Persons responsible for migration at town halls-level bridge persons born in a certain community.  

More than 63,000 people from Gagauzia region received information about the upcoming elections in their language

Olga Dudoglo is 27 years old and she is from Comrat. She graduated the local university and is now a lawyer. Last year she joined other volunteers with whom she visited each village and town in the…  

“Letter for young voters” — over 52 thousand of first-time voters were encouraged to vote

The young people, who are going to vote for the first time at the parliamentary elections, have been informed about the importance of their involvement in the democratic and electoral processes.  

“Stand up and vote!” or how the Roma community learned more about electoral rights

What are free and fair elections? What are the voting procedures? Who can run for office? More than 11,000 women, men, young people, elderly, all of them representatives of the Roma community in the…  

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