April 20, 2015, 15:00
Location: Polyvalent Hall Lecture no. 2 (et.6, bl.I)
Experts: Tezera Abebe member Afro-Asian Community in Moldova COTAARM, Marina Supac journalist online edition Newsmaker.md
Organizers: The United Nations in Moldova, Department of Library Information — UN Information Centre in FIUM
In the program:
- Introduction of participants: experience in the field of minority rights, expectations from the event
- How to be elected / chosen to OHCHR Minority Fellowship Programs: Practical Tips
- 5 lessons learned by experts during internship at OHCHR in Geneva
- 5 benders UN minority rights in Moldova that civil society must use
- Questions, answers, proposals
Each year, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva organized a scholarship program for minority rights. Participants elected internship program will be allowed to spend a few weeks in Geneva to meet with key experts of the United Nations on minority rights to see, assist and apply mechanisms UN situations diverse and complex and take part in meetings organization.
Last year, for the first time, two people were chosen from Moldova: Afro-Asian Community Member Moldovan COTAARM, Tezera and journalist Abebe online edition Newsmaker.md, Marina Supac (graduated ULIM).
Recently it launched a new call for entries for the scholarship program.
If you want to know how to become part of this program, what you need and what mechanisms the UN to protect minority rights can be used in Moldova now participate, then you pardon the discussion informative organized by Tezera Abebe and Marina Supac on the April 20, 2016 at 15:00 in the Information Centre of the UN ULIM — Polyvalent Hall Lecture no. 2 (et. 6 bl.1), str. 52 Vlaicu Pârcălab 52.
The event will be held in Russian and Romanian.