Ion Mamaliga’s body jerks back and forth as his mother Valentina lifts him off the couch so that he can move closer to the window. She sits him down on a sun drenched bed that is covered with stuffed animals. He laughs and smiles.
Today’s world has the largest generation of youth in history. Their needs and potential are increasingly recognized in the international community. I am proud to have made youth issues a priority, including by appointing the first-ever Youth Envoy to serve as a liaison between the United Nations and the world’s young people.
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 general, and compared to different vulnerable groups in the country.