The Forensic and Judicial Expertise Center of the General Police Inspectorate (GPI) has received seven mobile forensic laboratories equipped with modern crime scene investigation kits that were handed over to territorial police inspectorates.
For 7 consecutive years the winners of the Moldova Eco Energetica contest were awarded for best ideas, technologies and eco responsible initiatives. 35 projects were enrolled in the Moldova Eco Energetica competition.
The United Nations in Moldova marked today with awards outstanding achievements in human rights in Moldova in 2017. Organized since 2004, each year, on the occasion of International Human Rights Day, the UN Gala of Human Rights Awards highlights and awards the most valuable, innovative, effective and participatory initiatives and actions to protect and promote human rights in Moldova.
Around 150 women and men mayors from Moldova met at the Annual Conference of Women's Network within the Congress of Local Authorities of Moldova "United and active for the benefit of our communities” to assess at what stage is the dialogue between the central public administration and local one and to review the main achievements and challenges of 2017.
Now I pay more attention to ads and I discover, daily, sexism and stereotypes, including promotion of gender roles. I even have a collection of sexist ads, which now has over 60 sexist ads from Moldova and abroad, identified by me or sent to me by various people. Through my personal Facebook account, I try to inform public opinion about sexism and help people understand what sexist advertising is by showcasing concrete examples.
Ana Statova, a single mother of two, has recently become a local celebrity in the Gagauzia region of Moldova. News about the traditional touristic complex “Gagauz Sofrasi” built in the village of Congaz has traveled fast. Ambitiously named “the biggest village in Europe”, Congaz is proud of the complex reproduces the setting and charm of traditional peasant houses: stoves with heated beds, small wooden windows, small wall-rugs and traditional carpets made of natural wool.
Human rights are the foundation of peaceful societies and sustainable development. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights establishes the equality and dignity of every person. It makes governments responsible for ensuring people can enjoy their inalienable rights and freedoms.
Resilience is central to achieving sustainable development. In its pledge to leave no one behind, the 2030 Agenda embodies a commitment to building the capacities of those who face marginalization and exclusion, in order to reduce their vulnerability to economic, social and environmental shocks.