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.
Strengthening Capacities of NSAA Staff and Managers of Temporary Placement Centres for Persons with Disabilities To Prevent Torture and Reduce Ill Treatments, Abuse and Discrimination
The Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM), thanks to the financial support provided by Sweden, monitors and evaluates the observance ...Read More
Twenty-five people working in police inspectorates in various regions of the country attend trainings in torture prevention, ill treatment reduction, and discrimination against people held in custody
Thanks to the financial support provided by Sweden and according to the Cooperation Agreement with the General Police Inspectorate (GPI), ...Read More
IDOM has successfully completed the case of a man with disabilities who had spent 40 years of his life in ...Read More
According to the Cooperation Agreement between General Police Inspectorate (GPI) and IDOM of 6 October 2016 and thanks to the ...Read More
AT IDOM’S REFERRAL, TODAY CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECLARED ARTICLE 13 PARA (1) LETTER B) OF THE ELECTION CODE (PERSONS WITH MENTAL DISABILITIES DECLARED INCAPACITATED MAY NOT VOTE) UNCONSTITUTIONAL
IDOM had made a referral to the Constitutional Court through its lawyers Alexandru Cebanaș and Dumitru Russu, and today, 11 ...Read More