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The first support centre for survivors of gender-based violence from Gagauzia region will be opened in 2019

For the first time, women from Gagauzia region who suffer from violence could benefit from shelter and assistance in a centre that will be functional by the end of 2019.  


Contracted militaries can also enjoy fourteen-day paternity leave

Alexandru became father for the first time in May inst. and enjoyed the 14 days of paternity leave right after his son’s birth: “I was present at the delivery; it was a special experience. Right from…  


How close is Moldova to achieve gender equality?

Following the Parliamentary Elections held on February 24, 2019, over 25% of the Moldovan MPs are women. This represents the highest number of women elected in the Parliament in the country’s history.…  


“Police bike patrolling brings us closer to people and lets our city breathe”

On bicycles, police officers are closer to the community.  


Analysis: The effect of the mixed electoral system on gender equality in parliamentary elections

Today, on 28 May 2019, the Central Electoral Commission and UNDP Moldova presented the gender equality analysis of the February 2019 parliamentary elections. The data are presented in comparison with…  


2019 Parliamentary Elections - Gender perspective

The infographics are produced by the Central Electoral Commission of Moldova, with the support of “Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections” Project, implemented by…  


Charity fair to support domestic violence survivors from Gagauzia region

10 journalists, bloggers, and singers conduct on 23 April 2019 a charity fair to support women suffering from violence. They will sell their personal clothes and accessories, and money will be donated…  


A scan of psychological violence in Moldovan elections

The electoral campaign in 2019 general elections - between debates on governance programs and personal attacks.  


Centre for survivors of domestic violence from the south of the country will be accessible for people with disabilities

The centre from the Gagauzia region for women who suffer from violence will be accessible for people with disabilities. The institution will have universal design, adapted to the needs of all…  


A student from Taraclia fights violence through art

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

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