În premieră la Chișinău sunt expuse invenții ale femeilor din Suedia. Este o expoziție inedită pentru Republica Moldova, care are menirea să încurajeze creativitatea, inovațiile și să promoveze egalitatea de șanse.
Expoziția este o versiune mobilă a expoziției permanente ”Invențiile femeilor”, realizată de Institutul Suedez și Muzeul Național de Știință și Tehnologie din Stockholm.
Catarama anti-viol ”Shout-Aut”, Tricoul cu Electrocardiogramă, Tastatura virtuală ”Senseboard”, Ghidonul de bicicletă cu sistem de siguranţă – sunt doar unele din cele 40 de exponate pe care le puteți vedea în cadrul expoziției.
Expoziția ”Femei Creative” este organizată de Ambasada Suediei la Chișinău și Institutul Suedez în parteneriat cu Fundația Est-Europeană, Academia de Studii Economice a Moldovei și operatorul Moldcell.
Expoziția este deschisă în perioada 22 octombrie 2013 – 30 noiembrie 2013 în incinta Academiei de Studii Economice a Moldovei, strada Mitropolit Bănulescu Bodoni 59, bloc F (blocul nou), etaj 2, orele 10:00 – 18:00, de luni până sâmbătă. Intrare liberă.
Pe parcursul expoziției vor fi organizate un șir de seminare tematice care vor fi organizate conform următorului program:
The 5th annual meeting of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum, organized in Chisinau on October 4-5, 2013, held under the title Together for a European Future, brought together more than 250 representatives of civil society organizations from the Eastern Partnership countries and the EU, as well as senior government officials, diplomatic and donor community.
This is for the first time when the CSF annual meeting took place in an EaP partner country. The event was organized ahead of the Vilnius EaP Summit and thus it aimed at presenting its contributions to the review of the EaP Road Map implementation and to submit recommendations on the way forward.
The Forum was organized with the support of the European Commission / the European External Action Service, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Moldova, the
The Strategy of Agriculture and Rural Development of Moldova for 2014-2020 debated by civil society and state agencies
15-08-2013On August 13, 2013, the draft Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development of the Republic of Moldova 2014-2020 was debated by two of the most representative civil society networks in Moldova and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry.
The draft strategy was developed in May 2013 by the Ministry, but final approval is expected after wide discussions and following the receipt and analysis of input and reactions from national and international stakeholders.
Based on a request by the Moldovan Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, East-Europe Foundation Moldova (EEF) facilitated a joint working meeting of the Ministry with two of the most representative civil society platforms active in public policy: the National Participation Council and the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum -the National Platform of the Republic of Moldova. Both platforms are actively involved in drafting and advocating alternative policy proposals, being advocates, contributors and partners for the Government of Moldova and European Union in Moldova.
Twenty two representatives of mass media learn how to apply new methods on reflecting corruption issues
During April 29-30, 2013, twenty two representatives of local media outlets participate in a training called “Corruption phenomenon coverage in mass-media outlets”. The training is a component of the project “Civil Society to Monitor and Contribute to Transparency and Anti-Corruption Policies in Moldova” implemented by East Europe Foundation and supported by the United Nations Democracy Fund.
The course is tackling issues like legal and institutional framework on fighting against corruption and the role of media institutions/journalists in combating this phenomenon; tools of identifying conflict of interest and corruption situations; applying techniques of anti-corruption campaigns in mass media and carrying out journalistic investigations.
After graduating the training, the participants will be supported by East Europe Foundation to implement various campaigns aimed at reducing and preventing corruption.
The Project “Civil Society to Monitor and Contribute to Transparency and Anti-Corruption Policies in Moldova” foresees a strong cooperation with Anti-Corruption Alliance (ACA) and the support of common efforts of its members at local and national levels, therefore the NGOs and media will actively contribute to identifying and reflecting corruption and conflict of interest issues.
EEF-M conducts a series of activities to assist civil society in the fight against corruption. In this context, East Europe Foundation has launched the project “Civil Society to Monitor and Contribute to Transparency and Anti-Corruption Policies in Moldova” supported by the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF), to be implemented in the next two years. The project is supporting the participation of corruption-focused activists in developing and monitoring the national anti-corruption policies using exchange of information and expertise with the government agencies responsible for preventing and fighting corruption. The main assistance is offered to the secretariat of the Anti-Corruption Alliance (ACA), formed by 30 CSOs and will ensure the presence of civil society in the working group for monitoring the 2011-2015 National Anti-Corruption Strategy and in anti-corruption policies development processes.
To reach the set goals, a public call for proposal will be launched to support local anti-corruption initiatives in 10 districts of Moldova. The dialogue between civil society and the government will be maintained by working meetings with top level and technical public officers responsible for anticorruption. To strengthen this dialogue, one of the planned meetings was organized in partnership with Anti-Corruption Center with the participation of CSOs representatives and State institutions, among whom were the Vice-minister of Justice, the Director of Anti-corruption Center, the representatives of Presidency, National Integrity Council etc. In order to strengthen the CSO platform, 3 ACA working meetings of took place, as a result of them, ACA members came with initiatives on 3 position documents to be developed or signed, these tackling different anti-corruption events that took place within Moldovan public and political environment.
- A new programme to support inclusive national dialogue processes on key policy issues in Moldova, Ghana, Kyrgyzstan, Morocco and Tunisia was launched in Brussels
- Consiliile de Presă din Moldova și Rusia cooperează în vederea respectării normelor etice la un post de televiziune din Rusia care difuzează și în Republica Moldova
- East Europe Foundation and Urma Ta broght the first pozitive news from this spring!
- CSR Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Moldova (AmCham Moldova) continues its activity
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