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Iċ-Ċentru Internazzjonali għall-Ħarsien tad-Drittijiet tal-Bniedem u d-Demokrazija se jospita konferenza importanti dwar il-libertajiet f'Chisinau, il-Moldova

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Iċ-Ċentru Internazzjonali għall-Ħarsien tad-Drittijiet tal-Bniedem u d-Demokrazija (ICPHRD) se jlaqqa' konferenza importanti f'Chisinau, il-Moldova, fil-25 ta' Ġunju.th to address pressing issues related to freedom of speech, governance, rule of law, and the judiciary, which are pivotal for Moldova’s democratic progression.

Minħabba l-isfidi sinifikanti li tiffaċċja l-Moldova, inklużi l-korruzzjoni u l-libertà limitata tal-istampa, li jfixklu l-progress tagħha lejn l-istabbiltà u d-demokrazija, l-ICPHRD jenfasizza l-importanza tal-kooperazzjoni internazzjonali u l-iskambju ta’ għarfien espert biex jiġu indirizzati b’mod effettiv dawn il-kwistjonijiet sistemiċi.

L-ICPHRD hija NGO iddedikata għall-avvanz tal-valuri fundamentali tad-demokrazija u d-drittijiet tal-bniedem fil-Moldova u, sussegwentement, bejn il-fruntieri. Il-konferenza se tibda b'rimarki tal-ftuħ mill-fundatur tal-ICPHRD Stanislav Pavlovschi, eks Ministru tal-Ġustizzja tal-Moldova, imħallef tal-Qorti Ewropea tad-Drittijiet tal-Bniedem u avukat ewlieni tad-drittijiet tal-bniedem.

Pavlovschi, set to emphasize the critical importance of freedom of expression, stated prior to the event “Freedom of speech is a fundamental right, without which it is impossible to inform citizens about the state of affairs in the country and, ultimately, without which the existence of a democratic state turns into an illusion. From this point of view, this conference represents an important step toward further development of the democratic regime in the Republic of Moldova and beyond”, further adding that “independent journalism and open dialogue play a key role in fostering a truly democratic society.”

The conference will focus on the topic of “Freedom of speech as a fundamental element of all contemporary democratic societies,” drawing from the guiding principles of the European Union. The aim of the conference will be to establish actionable reform strategies, raise public awareness of the role of independent journalism in democracies, enhance understanding of Moldova’s media and democratic challenges, and strengthen partnerships among key stakeholders from across Moldova, Europe, and the US. By fostering these discussions, the ICPHRD aims to catalyze meaningful change and support the ongoing development of democratic institutions in Moldova and beyond.

Freedom of speech, in particular, is a critical concern, especially with Moldova’s upcoming presidential election in October and the subsequent parliamentary elections in 2025. Ensuring free and fair elections is impossible without protecting freedom of expression, making the defense of journalists’ rights a top priority.

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Il-konferenza se tattira grupp divers ta’ parteċipanti, inklużi dawk li jfasslu l-politika, ġurnalisti, akkademiċi, riċerkaturi, prattikanti legali, u attivisti tas-soċjetà ċivili mill-Moldova, l-UE, ir-Renju Unit, u l-Istati Uniti.

This conference represents a pivotal platform for dialogue, knowledge sharing, and collaboration to advance governance and the rule of law in Moldova. By bringing together international and local experts, the ICPHRD aims to support Moldova’s journey towards a more democratic and prosperous future.

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