24 students from 13 districts of Moldova, including Gagauzia, will attend the sessions of the IPIS Leadership Academy this fall. “Our first target are young people – we want to help grow a new generation of young professionals who can think critically and ask more questions than they get answers,” said Victoria Olari, project coordinator at the Academy, at the launch event.
We all are Moldova – what do we know about each other: ethnic communities and IPIS continued to work on the scenario of a series of videos
Representatives of ethnic communities, experts and opinion leaders discussed candidates to be featured in the videos, which will be shot as part of the project “We all are Moldova – what do we know about each other”, during the second round of …
On August 1, IPIS hosted a public discussion dedicated to the real agenda of the citizens of Moldova. The participants – experts in public policy, media, energy and conflict resolution, as well as civic activists, businessmen and political analysts…
IPIS partnered up with the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE) to implement a research project on National Minority Participation in Public Life in Moldova. The research, commissioned by the OSCE High Commissioner for National Minorities, will serve as an important stage in the implementation of the new National Strategy for Consolidation of Interethnic Relations, adopted by the Parliament of Moldova in 2017.
Project implementation period: August 2018 – December 2019.
Total budget: EUR 28,000
The Project “Bridging the Divide between Moldovans – Building a Real Agenda for Citizens” is funded by the European Endowment for Democracy and is a 2-tier initiative. The project provides support for the full institutionalization of IPIS as a center of expertise in the areas covered by its strong team. Additionally, the project envisages starting a discussion in the Moldovan society on the real agenda of issues faced by Moldovans – as opposed to the fake agenda imposed by politicians and vested interests – via public debates, publications and video materials.
Project implementation period: March 2018 – January 2019.
Total budget: EUR 56,185
On June 25, IPIS hosted the first public event organized as part of the project “We are Moldova – what do we know about each other,” funded by the US Department of State. The project is part of the IPIS portfolio in the fields of social cohesion and strategic communication. During the consultation, attended by opinion leaders and representatives of ethnic communities in Moldova, we discussed the concept of a series of videos on the ethnic diversity in Moldova. IPIS will produce the videos under a common theme “What Do We Know About Each Other”.
The project “We all are Moldova – what do we know about each other” supported by US State Department is mainly devoted to the ethnic communities of the country. As part of this project, we are shooting a series of video clips that cover 10 different ethnic parts of Moldova. In addition, we plan to conduct a series of seminars in different regions of the country about the detrimental effect of hate speech over the social dialogue in our country.
Project implementation period: May 2018-January 2019.
Total budget: USD 17,500
Final conference of the Project “Strengthening Social Cohesion and a Common Identity in the Republic of Moldova”
The project was implemented by the Institute for European Policy (IPE) in Germany, in partnership with our Institute for Strategic Initiatives (IPIS) and the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE) in 2017. The project was carried out with the financial support of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs. https://www.privesc.eu/arhiva/79225/Conferinta-organizata-de-Institut-f%C3%BCr-Europ%C3%A4ische-Politik–in-parteneriat-cu-Institutul-pentru-Politici-si-Reforme-Europene-si-Institutul-pentru-Initi
This research paper is an attempt to generate a constructive discussion about a possible integrationist model of society, which could emerge around a civic identity. This paper has been elaborated in the framework of the project “Strengthening the national identity of Moldova within the EU Association process (MIDEU)”, kindly supported by the German Federal Foreign Office. Social-Cohesion-and-a-Common-Identity-ENG
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