Tag Archives: Moldova

How can you change reality?

The curtain opens to reveal a classroom full of students talking with each other. –         I’d like to go to the birthday party. –         What birthday party? –         Mircea’s birthday, your classmate. –         Oh, I didn’t know he was  celebrating. … Continue reading

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The Government of the Republic of Moldova Promotes the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities

A Regional Round Table meeting on “Changes Paradigm in the Republic of Moldova – implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of  People with Disabilities”  took place on Tuesday, September 25 in Balti. The event was organized by the State … Continue reading

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Ringing the School Bell for Inclusive Education in Moldova

For students in Moldova, the first day of school, or first bell, is an important day. It’s a day marked by speeches and ceremonies, and everyone dresses in their finest outfits. At some schools in Moldova, children with disabilities are … Continue reading

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MOLDOVAN GOVERNMENT TAKES HISTORIC STEP TO MOVE PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES OUT OF INSTITUTIONS

On June 8, 2012, the Government of the Republic of Moldova approved a new regulation to reform the system of care for children and adults with disabilities. This is wonderful news! Regulation HG 351 will redirect financial resources from residential … Continue reading

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Together for Active Citizenship

“Never doubt the fact that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead Two trained facilitators, in partnership with Peace Corps Moldova’s Active Civic Education group, … Continue reading

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The World Can Be Changed Through Simple Things

Guest post by Lina Malcoci, communication officer, KHSIMA The scene is set for conflict and exclusion in a school classroom. The characters – an aggressive teacher, a student with behavioral challenges, a concerned parent, two children who use wheelchairs and a … Continue reading

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Santa Claus Exists! Even you can be Santa Claus!

Holiday season represents one of the most anticipated moments of the year, being a reason for joy for all, including the beneficiaries of Center “Vis,” from Bacioi, which took part in an extraordinary celebration that included caroling, poetry, seasons greetings, … Continue reading

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