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PCF-I.1-HR   I.1. Strengthening the implementation of European Human Rights standards at regional and national level
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01/01/2015 - 31/12/2017
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    Project Purpose 8      2015/DG I/JP/3238   Supporting national efforts of prevention and combatting discrimination - Moldova 500 000 
    (18 Activities) Narrative
    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 Ombudsmen Offices
         
    Expected Result 8.1 The Moldovan legislation on non-discrimination is aligned to the European standards and implemented taking into consideration the cross-cutting nature of discrimination in the realisation of all human rights
    Comprehensive recommendations by CoE on adoption and implementation of legislation on anti-discrimination in line with European human rights standards, in particular social rights, are submitted to the national authorities.

    The Council adopts regulations on the monitoring of the situation in the field of discrimination and execution of the Council’s decisions, drawn up with input from the CoE.

    - The Official Gazette of Moldova and legal databases (for laws and other regulatory acts);
    - Statistics and official records;
    - Reports and observations of the CoE monitoring bodies.
    - Official website of the Council;
    - Media and press conferences; press releases of the the Council and the projet;
    - Reports of civil society organisations and donors / international development partners;
    - Project's reports.
     
    Political support and commitment to legal and institutional measures to fight discrimination in line with CoE standards and recommendations.

    Cooperation of all partners. National ownership of the project and commitment to provide the necessary political and financial support to the Council.
    Expected Result 8.2 The “Council for Prevention and Elimination of Discrimination and Ensuring the Equality” (“the Council”) is fully operational and implements effectively its preventive, monitoring and remediation functions in regard to discrimination on all grounds
    A comprehensive Strategy for the Council and an Action plan is developed with input from CoE experts and adopted.

    Guidelines and internal regulations on the activity of the Council and its staff are drawn up with input from the CoE.

    The methodology for determining discrimination in different fields of the social life is developed and adopted by the Council with input from the CoE.

    Citizens are more aware about prevention of discrimination, the activity of the Council and how to formulate and submit a complaint to the Council.

    The system for registration of on-line complaints on discrimination is operational.

    - The Official Gazette of Moldova and legal databases (for laws and other regulatory acts);
    - Statistics and official records;
    - Reports and observations of the CoE monitoring bodies.
    - Donors’ and IO’s reports; EC evaluation reports;
    - Official website of the Council;
    - Media and press conferences; press releases of the the Council and the projet;
    - Reports of civil society organisations;
    - Project's reports.
     
    Orientation towards European standards remains a priority, as the compliance with Council of Europe standards and European Court of Human Rights’ judgements etc.

    Stability and as commitment of the Council and other partner institutions.

    Availability of experts and services.

    Expected Result 8.3 The national regulatory framework and practice in the field of protection of social rights are aligned with the provisions of the European Social Charter and the principles of the Declaration of the Committee of Ministers on the 50th anniversary of the European Social Charter
    Moldova is advised to accept the collective complaints mechanism and is supported in bringing its domestic situation into conformity with the Charter and to ensure the expertise and independence of the European Committee of Social Rights.

    Awareness of the Charter at national level amongst legal practitioners, academics and social partners is raised. The public at large is better informed of their social rights.


    - The Official Gazette of Moldova;
    - Reports and observations of the CoE monitoring bodies.
    - Media and press conferences; press releases of the the projet;
    - Reports of civil society organisations and donors / international development partners;
    - Project's reports.
     
    Political support and commitment to implementation of the European Social Charter.

    Cooperation of all partners. National ownership of the project's objective.


    Availability of experts and services.



     
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