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.
(picture: voceabasarabiei.md) The qualifier ‘handicapped’ will be replaced with ‘with disabilities’ in the text of the supreme law. In this ...Read More
IDOM ORGANIZES JOINT TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR THE POLICE, PROSECUTORS AND STAFF OF COCIERI SOCIAL HOUSE
The Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM), thanks to the support provided by the Swedish Agency for International Development Cooperation ...Read More
In a press release issued today, the Ombudsman announces the appointment of Dumitru Russu, IDOM representative, as member of the ...Read More
On 16 May 2018, the Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) organized a round table with the generics “Securing Respect ...Read More
MINISTRY OF HEALTH, LABOUR AND SOCIAL PROTECTION GIVES ASSURANCES THAT RIGUROUS SURVEILLANCE SECTIONS IN PSYCHO-NEUROLOGICAL BOARDING HOUSES WILL BE CLOSED
While the Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) conducted a monitoring of psychiatric and psycho-neurological institutions regarding the observance of the ...Read More