The primary objective of this project is to accelerate the sustainable reform of the justice sector in Moldova by supporting the implementation of the legislation to prevent and combat corruption in the justice sector.
Archidata SRL in consortium with European Profiles and B&S Europe (EuropeAid/137467/DH/SER/MD)
The Project is split into six Components. The first Component concerns the raising of awareness about the importance of intellectual property rights (IPR) and the impact of IPR crime on society. Whilst the second to fifth Components involve the development of an IT system to enhance IPR enforcement. Finally, the sixth Component relates to the promotion of Geographical Indications.
The new Advancing Human Rights-Based Policing in Moldova project is a three-year programmed action that will assist the Moldovan police to secure human rights standards and practices while safeguarding public order and security.
The main objective of the project is to support the implementation of the sustainable reform of the justice sector in Moldova and to increase the efficiency of the judiciary and other agencies in the justice sector.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Penal Reform International (PRI), Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC), Institute for Penal Reform (IRP)
2014 - 2018
The project’s main areas of intervention refer to:
- Support to modernisation of the beneficiary institutions in accordance with the provisions of the strategic documents for the justice sector;
- Professionalisation of the penitentiary, probation and enforcement systems’ personnel, modernisation of training programmes and performance evaluation;
- Assistance in ensuring, modernising and enhancing conditions for an effective rehabilitation and social reintegration of former detainees;
- Assistance and expertise in improving the organisational and legal framework, as well as the regulatory procedures and activities in the beneficiary institutions; promoting best practices;
- Development of effective ethical standards of conduct in beneficiary institutions;
- Support for improving cooperation with the civil society and other development partners.
The opening of the Ungheni Palace of Justice took place on 9th of February 2018. The new Justice Palace in Ungheni has 8 European-level courtrooms scheduled for day-to-day sessions (4 for criminal cases and 4 for civil cases). Also, in cases where children are involved, there is a specially arranged room for hearing minors so that children feel protected.
The Project will be implemented by the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation, representing the Government of Germany (Member State Partner) and by the representatives of the Government of Netherlands (Junior Partner). The Beneficiary is the Ministry of Justice of the RM.