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Workshop on Discrimination, Human Rights, Freedoms, and Minorities’ Protection

April 2011  |  Moldova
The Workshop (WS) was held in Comrat, ATE of Gagauzia, on 15-16 April, 2011, at ALTIN PALAS.

The aim of the WS was: to discuss thoroughly, on the basis of the relevant COE instruments and the field the experiences in the ENR partner countries ant to elaborate proposals and recommendations for ameliorating the situation in this field;

As the result, participants discussed a diverse range of issues such as minorities’ protection system and practice in Moldova, EU experiences and their implications on moldova, and, minorities and regional cross border cooperation on the moldovan borders .

Programme of the WS: ( English,  Russian)

The Workshop was attended by experts for ethnic issues from Moldova and several EU countries, representatives of national minorities, distinguished members of the Gagauzian community, members of the Parliament and representatives of some political parties of Moldova, and the representative of the European Commission’s Delegation to Moldova. The Workshop was organised by the BRIDGE Coordinator – ISCOMET Institute for Ethnic and Regional Studies from Maribor, Slovenia in cooperation with ASER - the Association for Ethnic and Regional Studies from Chisinau and the Bulgarian Community of Autonomous Territorial Establishment of Gagauzia, Moldova. The Seminar gathered about 40  participants.

Participants of the WS  have adopted the recommendations ( English, Romanian, Russian and Gagauzian) for EU agencies and Moldova authorities among which were: 1) to further development of good inter-ethnic relations in the Republic of Moldova, including the improvement of the protection of national minorities, is of paramount importance for its political stability, for widening its possibilities for European integration, and finally for creating favourable conditions for the peaceful unification of the country, which should be a safe home of all ethnic communities living in the Republic of Moldova; 2) to care for a positive political attitude of the Moldovan political structure towards the ethnic territorial autonomy of Gagauzia, which has been a unique achievement of the Moldovan democracy after the independence in 1991.
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