Written by Administrator Saturday, 02 November 2013 15:23
The FATIМA organisation invitеs you today to jоin the fundraising campaign "SUPPORT THЕ AFRO-MOLDOVIAN CЕNTRE FATIМA." Fоllowing grеat aсhievements helping сhildren and single mothers frоm low inсome families, the FATIMA organisation seеks your supрort foг the "FATIМA Cеntre." Donate today to hеlp us maintаin this importarnt community resourсe for сhildrеn, youth, singlе mothers and nеedy familiеs.
Written by Administrator Friday, 04 January 2013 16:15
'Europe's poorest country', 'Renegade province Transdniestria', 'Arms smuggling' and 'Human trafficking' are obviously the only phrases, which hit the headlines of continental newspapers when it comes to the Republic of Moldova.
Written by Thomas Gassler Tuesday, 23 October 2012 21:29
Have you ever been to the Republic of Molvanîa – the country embedded between Germany, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia, with its capital Lutenblag, its unique language Molvanian with four genders, its world famous beetroot but a country still untouched by modern dentistry? No!?!
Written by Moldovarious Tuesday, 22 May 2012 14:54
Going to the One World in Brussels Film Festival is not just about seeing movies! One World in Brussels hosts a variety of Panel Discussions that are lively and interesting. The International Human Rights Film Festival provides an important opportunity for documentary films to be seen by a number of policy makers and power brokers that are in a position to help bring about change. It is also a chance for film lovers, students and engaged citizens to be inspired by the powerful stories of individuals and societies fighting for a more just world. One of the movies presented at the Film Festival was "Mama Illegal", a documentary about three Moldovan Women who seek work and happiness in Italy and Austria. More than 250 people found their way to the Goethe Institute in Brussels. The screening of the breathtaking documentary was followed by a lively discussion with the director of the movie Ed Moschitz, Victoria Pirker from Human Rights Without Frontiers and Patrick Griesser, editor of Moldovarious.
Written by Thomas Gassler Saturday, 28 January 2012 21:36
Moldovarious.com had a coffee and a nice chat with Vitalie Tichim who runs the NGO Intercultural Social Center (CSI). The goal of CSI is to bring young people from the left and the right bank of the Dniester together and organises international youth exchanges in France, Germany and in Moldova. Moldovarious.com shares the agenda of CSI and supports the project both morally and financially.
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