In June 2010, at the founding congress in Kiev was established the international human rights movement, “World without Nazism”, which brought together anti-fascists and human rights activists from around the world. At the same time, the historical policy of revenge in the Republic of Moldova became so active and focused, for that reason the need to create in this country of public areas for anti-Nazi activities, grew. As a result, in the spring of 2011, after long delays and conscious tightening by Moldovan authorities, “Moldova without Nazism” was officially registered in the Ministry of Justice. We work on the issues of rights of ethnic and linguistic minorities. We fight with anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial, racism and fascist rehabilitation, xenophobia.
About the programme
Together with partners, we aim to establish a regional network for organizations working on minority issues by building the capacity of minority organizations in the region to undertake effective human rights advocacy at national and European level, in particular ensuring the full participation of minorities in the Eastern Partnership (EaP) process. More information about the network and