Chisinau 9 August 2016
The Council of Europe is looking for candidates with extensive professional experience in the...
Training of Trainers (ToT) course on “Preventing and Combating Torture and Ill-treatment:...
Launch of the HELP distance-learning course on Admissibility criteria in applications submitted to the European Court of Human RightsChisinau 23.06.2016
Within the frames of the CoE project “Support to criminal justice reforms in the Republic of...
Capacity-building training (second stage) for staff of the People’s Assembly and the Executive Committee of GagauziaVadul lui Voda, mun.Chisinau 21-22 and 22-23 July
The Centre of Expertise for Local Government Reform via the Council of Europe office in Chisinau...
Council of Europe calls on the Republic of Moldova to improve anti-corruption measures in respect of MPs, judges and prosecutorsStrasbourg 5 July 2016
The Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body GRECO published on 5 July 2016 a report in which...
Welcome to the Council of Europe Office in Moldova
Moldova became a member of the Council of Europe on 13 July 1995. The Parliament of the Republic of Moldova ratified the European Convention on Human Rights on 24 July 1997. The Information Office of the Council of Europe was set up in Chisinau on 30 June 1997, at the request of the government of the Republic of Moldova.
Programmes in Moldova
The Council of Europe Project aims to improve human rights protection and rule of law, including effective national implementation of European and international instruments in Moldova, through the strengthening of key actors in relation to justice and vulnerable groups.
The Project was launched in January 2015 and it is a part of the Programme “Support to Human Rights and Democracy in Moldova (2015-2018)” funded by the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark.
The PCF project “Supporting national efforts for prevention and combating discrimination in Moldova” is to support the alignment of Human Rights policies and practice by ensuring compliance of legislative and regulatory frameworks with European standards and capacity–building for legal professionals and National Human Rights Institutions, including the reinforcement of Ombudsperson Offices. It started in July 2015 and will be implemented for 2 years.