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How a social project helps young people with disabilities to have a better life

In 2016, Keystone Moldova received the United Nations Human Rights Award for its outstanding support in developing community services for people with intellectual and psycho-social disabilities.  


People's perceptions of the degree to which human rights are respected in the Republic of Moldova have not changed fundamentally over the last two years

Moldova have not changed fundamentally over the last two years 7 out of 10 inhabitants of Republic of Moldova consider their rights to be systematically violated. This is evidenced by the results of…  


Moldovan human rights defenders champion for fighting discrimination

Equality and non-discrimination are linked to human dignity. To demonstrate that you have been discriminated against, to oppose and sanction the person who has discriminated you is an exercise of…  


Perceptions of Human Rights in the Republic of Moldova (2016)

The study “Perceptions of Human Rights in the Republic of Moldova” describes some important aspects regarding public knowledge and awareness of human rights, their observance by different players, in…  


Better services for foreigners who choose Moldova

While many Moldovans are leaving abroad to create a better life, hundreds of foreigners choose to work in our country or to get settled here after marrying Moldovan citizens.  


Statement on International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia “Alliances for Solidarity”

Everyone is born free and equal in dignity and rights. Today is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, a day to raise awareness of the human rights of lesbian, gay,…  


These human rights defenders are standing up for others — and themselves

On this Human Rights Day, we bring you two stories of people from Moldova who have stood up for their rights and those of others. They have contributed to equality and justice, improving lives,…  


‘Freedom from fear’: Ending violence against women

Human beings are born free and equal, both in rights and in dignity. This is the fundamental principle enshrined in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  


Statement by UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner on International Human Rights Day

Human beings are born free and equal, both in rights and in dignity. This is the fundamental principle enshrined in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  


Time for a more effective citizenry: Every third Moldovan does not know a single citizen’s right or duty

Every third Moldovan could not mention a single citizen’s right or duty. 34% of Moldovans have difficulties in responding to the question on who is the sole source of the state power and the bearer of…  

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