Who are we?
The Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) is a nongovernmental organization from the Republic of Moldova, which was founded in 2007 by a group of human rights experts. The major aim of IDOM is to contribute to raising awareness, promoting and protecting rights and liberties guaranteed by the national and international legal frameworks.
The mission of the organization is to promote democratic changes and to contribute towards attaining international human rights standards by offering premises and tools for legal and institutional reforms for the well-being of each individual and the society at large.
what do we do?
We capacitate specific groups – providers and beneficiaries of public services – to apply human rights standards in specific areas.
We participate in drafting and assessing human rights policies and legal framework.
We carry out advocacy and information campaigns.
We take human rights violations to national and international courts of law.
IDOM a organizat încă un training pentru managementul de conducere, inclusiv medicii-șefi de secție, asistenții medicali superiori, precum și personalul responsabil de asistarea și supravegherea pacienților din cadrul spitalului de psihiatrie din mun. Bălți
Astăzi, 27 decembrie 2017, IDOM a organizat un training privind ,,Abilitarea capacităților angajaților spitalelor de psihiatrie în vederea prevenirii torturii, ...Read More
Moldovan Institute of Human Rights (IDOM) Organizes National Conference Entitled “Deficiencies and Solutions in Securing the Respect for Human Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities, Persons Living with HIV/AIDS, and Victims of Medical Malpractice in the Republic of Moldova”
The conference was held on 21 November 2017, in the Ministry of Justice building, on 31 August 1989 Str., Chișinău. The ...Read More
IDOM Further Defends Persons with Disabilities Who Have The Same Legal Capacity As Other Citizens And May Unhinderedly Exercise Their Right To Vote
The Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) monitored the presidential elections of 30 October 2016. Thirty IDOM national observers, accredited ...Read More
Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) presented the Study Assessing National Policies on Medical Malpractice and Securing Respect for Patient Rights in Moldova
On 27 October 2017, in a press conference, the experts of the Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) presented the ...Read More
THREE YOUNG WOMEN, DEPRIVED OF LEGAL CAPACITY AFTER REACHING MAJOR AGE, RULED LEGALLY COMPETENT PERSONS WITH FULL RIGHTS BY COURT TODAY
The Moldovan Human Rights Institute (IDOM), through Lawyer Olesea Doronceanu of the Litigation and Advocacy Program, represented the interests of three petitioners ...Read More