The goal of the project implemented by CAPC was advocacy among parliamentarians, party leaders and other political actors in the Republic of Moldova for a better promotion, protection and respect for human rights.
- publicizing the issues of human rights;
- contribute to creating an informed society in human rights;
- raising awareness of political leaders from Moldova towards the necessity of promoting respect for human rights.
Project implementation. Since 18 October 2005 (during 3 months), at a prime time (08.30), during the public policy programme broadcasted at Radio Nova – “Waking up in the morning”, radio debates were conducted with the participation of parliamentarians, party leaders and other political actors in Moldova. At the same time, representatives of civil society, working in the relevant field were invited as experts. These radio shows discussed and analyzed the main problems related to the promotion, protection, development and enforcement of human rights policies. Live shows gave the listeners an opportunity to share their own views in the radio debate.
To advertise as largely as possible the policies related to the promotion, protection, development and respect for human rights, the transcript of the radio debate was published every Friday in the weekly newspaper which has a national coverage - "Saptamina" and on the CAPC website.
15 radio shows have been organized during project implementation with the following Members of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova: Dumitru Diacov, Dumitru Braghis, Gheorghe Susarenco, Serafim Urecheanu, Lidia Gutu, Vitalia Pavlicenco, Valentina Holban, Veaceslav Untila. The shows were also attended by: Professor Anatol Gremalschi, Programme Manager, Institute for Public Policy; Nicolae Andronic, President of the Republican People's Party, Mihail Gh.Ciubotaru, writer, ex-Minister of Culture; Anghel Agache, President of the forum "New Moldova", Mircea Esanu, President of the National Centre for transparency and human rights; Ecaterina Mardarovici, President of the Political Women’s Club; as well as lawyers: Vitalie Nagacevschi, Alexandru Tanase, Ion Vizdoaga; Stefan Uritu, President of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Moldova, Mihai Petrache, President of the Centrist Union, expert in constitutional law; doctor Valeriu Sava, the author of the Law on the patients’ rights and responsibilities.
The series of radio shows "Human rights are your rights" were produced with the financial support of the UNDP Moldova Project "Support to the implementation of the National Human Rights Action Plan in Moldova".