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Strengthening youth branches of political parties

Increasing the Efficiency and Accountability of the Public Policy Process through Independent Policy Monitoring and Analysis

Promoting participatory democracy by informing and motivating citizens

Strengthening youth branches of political parties

In autumn 2003 ADEPT launched the third edition of the Leadership School aimed at enhancing the knowledge and understanding by Republic of Moldova's young party leaders of electoral and political processes, as a necessary pre-requisite for their engagement in the overall electoral process. Thirty five young people representatives of youth branches of political parties and young activists are gathering for weekly sessions and would put knowledge acquired and skills at work during a summer school in July 2004 where an electoral campaign shall be mocked. The third edition is supported by Royal Netherlands Embassy and Westminster Foundation for Democracy.

Increasing the Efficiency and Accountability of the Public Policy Process through Independent Policy Monitoring and Analysis

The project targets policy makers, political parties, elected officials, and mass media. These will envisage weekly political, legislative and economic comments and a bi-weekly e-journal that would help enhance the impact and visibility of the project activities as a whole. The expected outcomes of these activities are: a more transparent political, legislative and economic decision-making and policy-making processes; enhanced awareness and debate of the policy making process and of existing alternative policy solutions. The project is supported by National Endowment for Democracy.

Promoting participatory democracy by informing and motivating citizens

The project is aimed at fostering a civic attitude among young voters especially in the rural communities of the Republic of Moldova. This goal is to be achieved by providing young voters in rural communities with unbiased and updated information on political and electoral developments and securing the future of democracy by educating and involving youth in the electoral process. As part of the project an off-line user friendly and appealing to youth version of the website will be developed and installed in Community Centers of Access to Information and Training and other similar centers. Also, a Virtual School of the Young Voter aimed at educating would-be and first time voters on the importance of being informed citizens, the responsibility of voting to sustain democracy and building good citizenship skills, shall be developed. The project is supported by Soros-Moldova Foundation.


Results of the first round of elections in Gagauzia
The first round of elections to the People’s Assembly of Gagauzia ended on September 9, 2012 with the election of 13 out of 35 deputies. Representatives of the three main political parties from the region were satisfied both with their results and with the way the campaign developed »»»

/Igor Botan, September 13, 2012/

Illegal visas to maintain legality
At its sitting of April 8, 2009, immediately after the verbal instruction of the outgoing Moldovan President was made public, the Government adopted Decision no. 269 on imposing visa regime with Romania »»»

/Sergiu Grosu, 15 April 2009/


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