Institute for Democracy (Moldova)
The Institute for Democracy is a non-governmental organization (Reg. No. 3767 in the Ministry of Justice), supporting democratic processes in the Republic of Moldova, the ideas of the open society, protecting the human rights and fighting the trafficking and violence in any forms.
The Institute for Democracy is a member of Anticorruption Alliance of Moldova, Civic Coalition for Free and Fair Elections "Coalition 2007" and Civic Coalition for Free and Fair Elections "Coalition 2009".
The Institute is a co-founder of such magazines as “European Perspectives”, “Our Law” and “Law.UA” (Ukraine).
On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day in 2016, the Western Regional Association of the UNESCO Clubs (Ukraine) awarded the Institute for Democracy for outstanding achievements in the sphere of human rights;.
The Rule of Law International Moldavian-Ukrainian Magazine considered us the Organization of the Year for outstanding achievements in organizing activities in 2016.
The Institute for Democracy donors: Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Moldova (2 grants), United Nations Development Programme (6 grants), Oak Foundation (2 grants), Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (5 grants), United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking, US Embassy to Moldova (3 grants), United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment (UN Women), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic (2 grants), Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (4 grants), UN Optional Protocol on the Prevention of Torture Special Fund, East Europe Foundation, European Endowment for Democracy, Royal Norwegian Embassy to Romania and Moldova (2 grants), Eurasia Foundation (2 grants), Partnership for Transparency Fund (2 grants), National Endowment for Democracy, Balkan Trust for Democracy (2 grants), United Nations Voluntary Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery, UK BEARR Trust (2 grants), Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation and German Marshall Fund of the United States, etc.