Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Office Republic of Moldova

bd. Banulescu Bodoni 14/1, et.2
MD-2012 Chisinau

Phone: 00 (373 22) 22855830
Fax: 00 (373 22) 22855831

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Ukrainian 'Theatre for Dialogue' NGO in collaboration with German community theatre practitioner Hjalmar Jorge Joffre-Eichhorn invites for Call for Applications to learn the principles and the practices of Theatre of the Oppressed in the international team of activists on June 12-17 2017 in Kiev. The event would happen with the support of the Regional office of Friedrich Ebert Foundation 'Dialogue Eastern Europe' and Creative Development Center in Tbilisi. 


Job Announcement / Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in the Republic of Moldova 

Position: Programme Coordinator

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Office in the Republic of Moldova is looking for a Programme Coordinator for its Programme on Social Policies and Trade Union Cooperation.
Established in 1925, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is a non-profit organisation and the oldest German political foundation committed to the ideas and values of Social Democracy, whose purpose is to promote the principles and foundations of democracy, peace, international understanding and cooperation. 
The Programme Coordinator will be responsible for coordination of the FES activities in the field of social dialogue, labour (trade unions and partners), social/ labour policies, training programmes in the above mentioned areas, cooperation within the FES global and regional trade union programme. The Programme Coordinator, as an outcome of our activities, will design project proposals for future work in the given areas and be responsible for all related administrative and logistical aspects of this work. Read more here.


Eastern European Academy for Social Democracy offers dialogue and qualification programme for young leaders of progressive parties or social democratic youth organizations, young members of Parliament, junior government officials or active citizens of civil society from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine through a Call for Applications. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung invites progressive young leaders between 25 and 35 years to apply for the third edition of the Eastern European Academy for Social Democracy, which will take place from 14th till 20th of May2017 in Chisinua, Moldova.


Eastern European Academy for Social Democracy offers dialogue and qualification programme for young leaders of progressive parties or social democratic youth organizations, young members of Parliament, junior government officials or active citizens of civil society from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine through a Call for Applications. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung invites progressive young leaders between 25 and 35 years to apply for the second edition of the Eastern European Academy for Social Democracy, which will take place from 18th till 26th of February 2017 in Ukraine (Kyiv and Lviv region).


Pension System Reform Options in the Republic of Moldova 

The policy paper “The current pension systems in the EU and the Republic of Moldova. Options for the pension system reform in the Republic of Moldova”, developed with the FES support, is putting forward recommendations for the pension system reform in Moldova which is currently facing a deep crisis, being characterised by inefficiency, injustice and lack of transparency. The paper aims at simulating the debates and contributing to an inclusive and transparent process with a view to identifying the best options for the pension system reform in the Republic of Moldova.


Republic of Moldova after presidential elections

The second round of the presidential elections in Moldova held on November 13th has brought victory to Igor Dodon, leader of the Socialist Party of Moldova, who defeated his counter-candidate Maia Sandu, chairwoman of the Action and Solidarity Party. Read the APE/FES recent newsletter to learn about the first statements of the winning candidate as well as about the experts’ opinion on the situation after the presidential elections and prospects for the Republic of Moldova in terms of domestic and foreign policy developments.


The Republic of Moldova after the first round of presidential elections

On October 30th, for the first time in the last 20 years, Moldovan citizens gave their direct votes to elect the president. The candidates that will compete in the presidential runoff are the leader of the Socialist Party, Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu, chairwoman of the Action and Solidarity Party. Read the APE/FES newsletter to learn more about the results of the first round of presidential elections, including the opinion of the election observers and monitoring organisations, of Moldovan and international experts, as well as the statements of the electoral competitors in the presidential race. 


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