The United Nations in Moldova and the Government of Moldova are launching on 24th October 2016, UN day, a communication campaign to make the Sustainable Development Goals, also known as Global Goals, famous throughout Moldova.
The Human Rights Committee considered during 18-19 of October 2016 the third periodic report submitted by the Government of Moldova, by welcoming the progress registered so far since the last reporting, while addressing a series of concerns related to the most violated civil and political rights in the country. The Republic of Moldova is a State party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) since January 1993.
The European Union aims to develop local entrepreneurship, create new jobs and contribute to increasing incomes in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district. For this end, the European Union provides financial assistance to establish new businesses and develop small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) in the region.
An anticorruption Flash Mob was organized today in the Parliament Square. Several social active young people from national youth organizations and local initiative groups, involved in in conducting anticorruption awareness campaigns for the past two years, came out with an original way of communicating the "Discourage the corruption by denouncing it" to citizens.
She is proud with a renovated kindergarten and a school, with a community center, a sports school, but also with other projects implemented that changed people's lives for the better. It is about Galina Ceban, woman mayor at her second mandate in the Chircăieşti village, Căușeni district, who hosted a study visit for 20 women mayors across the country.
No matter how many mandates as mayor you have - either one, three or four – you always will learn something new in this profession. Guided by this quote in her life and career, Angela Zaporojan, women mayor in Colonita, hosted a study tour for 15 women mayors at their first mandate. In result, women mayors, who are from Criuleni, Drochia, Ungheni, Falesti, Leova, Cimislia districts, learned about the implemented projects that have changed the people`s live from Colonita village, but also what's the secret in attracting funds.
“At university when I presented myself as a Roma, my colleagues’ facial expressions changed. One teacher even asked, why I had come to the university instead of getting married, as Roma girls do,” says Diana Leahu, a 20-year-old Roma woman from Orhei, a city 48 km north of Moldova’s capital Chișinău.
One year ago, leaders of 193 countries came together to commit to ending poverty, combatting climate change, and fighting injustice. They agreed a plan for the future of the world and its people. The plan—the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, offers a better future for billions of people around the world and for our planet as a whole.