All people have an equal right to live free from violence, persecution, discrimination and stigma. International human rights law establishes legal obligations on States to ensure that every person, without distinction, can enjoy these rights. While welcoming increasing efforts in many countries to protect the rights of LGBTI people, we remain seriously concerned that around the world, millions of LGBTI individuals, those perceived as LGBTI and their families face widespread human rights violations. This is cause for alarm – and action.
The second Demographic Barometer was launched
1 October 2015
On the occasion of the International Day of Older Persons, the Demographic Research Centre, in partnership with UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund in Moldova, launched the second Demographic Barometer focused on the quality of life of el...More...
UNICEF and the European Union share a strong commitment to promoting child rights. As part of their strategic collaboration, UNICEF and the EU have jointly developed a 'Child Rights Toolkit: Integra...More...
World leaders agree: We must close the gender gap
29 September 2015
Today, some 80 world leaders are convening at the United Nations to personally commit to ending discrimination against women by 2030 and announce concrete and measurable actions to kick-start rapid change in their countries. The event marks a h...More...
The Secretary-General met today with H.E. Mr. Valeriu Strelet, Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova.
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MESSAGE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NON-VIOLENCE
2 October 2015
This year, as we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, the International Day of Non-Violence has special importance.More...
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|The UN in Moldova Quarterly Magazine (Issue No.2, 2015) - Romanian - English Sept. 29, 2015|
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