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Joint Equal Opportunity Initiative
The Joint Equal Opportunity Initiative Project seeks to improve the situation of most marginalized and vulnerable men and women in Moldova by mainstreaming equality into policy making by the Government and Parliament. The project explores the human rights based approach, the human rights principles of equality and non-discrimination, information and participation, accountability.  
The project will achieve the following objectives:
(i) Mobilise CSOs (gender, age, disability, Roma, poverty) to provide on regular basis policy advice from equality perspective to Government and Parliament;
(ii) Develop institutional capacities of key line ministries to mainstream equality (take into account gender, age, disability, Roma, poverty) in policy making.
The action will achieve the following outputs:
Output 1: Specialized CSOs are capacitated to review the laws and policies, identify equity-related gaps and make recommendations to policy makers;
Output 2: Necessary instruments (methodology, working tools, and mechanisms) are in place for the CSOs to exercise their role of watch-dogs, advocates and advisors to policy-makers.
The target groups of the project are CSOs working in the following areas:
Gender Equality 
People with disabilities
Roma people
Social inclusion of elderly people 
Project partner: Center Partnership for Development.
This project is implemented by East-Europe Foundation Moldova in cooperation with Center Partnership for Development, with financial support provided by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation,  the Government of Sweden and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark/DANIDA.

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