Moldova

Report on the problem of child abuse

The report developed in 2010 by the Nobody's Children Foundation in the frame of the "Childhood without abuse" project compares the attitudes towards child abuse in 6 countries: Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland and Ukraine.

State institutions in Moldova for the improvement of child-witness protection

The Agreements between the National Center for Child Abuse Prevention and the Ministry of Justice as well as the General Prosecutor’s Office in the field of protection within the justice system of children victims or witnesses of violence were signed in October 2010. The Agreements confirm the willingness of state institutions to cooperate with non-governmental institutions to promote and ensure the best interest of the child within the justice system of the Republic of Moldova.

International Supervision in Moldova

International Supervision for 30 specialists from the field of legal examination of cases involving children victims or witnesses of abuse and neglect was hold on September 23rd and 24th. Supervision workshops were moderated by Raul HEIDO, the Prosecutor of the Southern Region of Estonia and organized in Chisinau by the National Centre for Child Abuse Prevention (NCCAP). The international supervision session was held at the premises of the Centre for Psychosocial Assistance to Child and Family „Amicul”. The specialists participating in the workshops have experience of cooperating with the National Centre for Child Abuse Prevention (NCCAP) in the field of examination of cases of violence against children.

 


Problem of Child Abuse in Central and Eastern Europe in 2005 - 2009

The report Problem of Child Abuse: Attitudes and Experiences in Seven Countries of Central and Eastern Europe presents selected findings from a comparative research programme carried out in Bulgaria, Macedonia, Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Ukraine in 2009 and compares it with results from an analogous research from 2005 within the Childhood without Abuse - Toward a Better Child Protection System in Eastern Europe project. The project, coordinated by the Nobody's Children Foundation and financed by the OAK Foundation, was carried out in 2005 - 2009.