Strengthening National Capacities to Protect the Most Vulnerable from Torture in Moldova
The project aims to contribute to the prevention of torture and fighting against impunity on the whole territory of the Republic of Moldova, including Transnistrian region, especially in respect of the most vulnerable women and men with psycho-social and intellectual disabilities in mental health facilities.
- Strengthened capacities of the civil society in monitoring and reporting on governmental anti-torture processes, as well as in campaigning to combat impunity, in particular, with regards to women and men with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities;
- Increased protection of women and men with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities, enhanced provision with remedies against ill-treatment, and their participation supported in all matters related to torture prevention in health care facilities;
- Enhanced effectiveness of key State bodies responsible for torture prevention, protection and redress in combating and redressing torture against women and men with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities.
- CSOs capacities on monitoring and reporting on anti-torture related strategies, plans, application of legislation and international commitments improved;
- Legislative framework for combating torture in respect to persons with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities strengthened;
Torture protection and redress mechanism for persons with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities enhanced;
- Women and men with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities mainstreamed into torture prevention work and CSOs are scrutinising the actions of the State bodies following the reports on torture;
- Law enforcement bodies can identify, investigate and prosecute cases of torture in health care facilities and bring those responsible to justice.
|UNDP||22,848 USD||22,848 USD|
|European Union||227,476 USD||180,524 USD|