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Regional cross-border cooperation

Promoting a model for including the visually impaired persons in the decisional processes from the Republic of Moldova and Romania through direct and secret ballot (2010 - 2011)

Applicant (Republic of Moldova): Association Hilfswerk Austria
Applicant (Romania): The Euroregional Center for Democracy, Timisoara

Partners: Societatea Orbilor din Republica Moldova (The Society for Blind People in the Republic of Moldova), Asociatia Nevazatorilor din Romania - Filiala Interjudeteana Bihor-Salaj (The Association for Visually Impaired People in Romania – the Bihor – Salaj Branch)

Objectives
Identification and analysis of the existing mechanisms ensuring the right to vote for the visually impaired persons
Drawing up a model for including the visually impaired persons in the election process through direct and secret ballot
Promoting the model through information campaigns concerning the opportunities to include the visually impaired persons in the decisional processes

Target groups
The visually impaired persons
The NGOs assisting disabled persons
Representatives of the Permanent Electoral Authority

Activities
Carrying out a diagnostic analysis concerning the introduction of Braille ballot for the visually impaired persons
Workshops for informing and consulting the target groups as well as for building awareness in Romania and the Republic of Moldova
Drawing up the Electronic Register for the Visually Impaired Voters in the Republic of Moldova
Information and promotion campaign concerning the model for including the visually impaired persons in the decision-making processes from the Republic of Moldova and Romania (electronic newsletter, blog: http://provotnevazatori.wordpress.com/, documentary, radio talk shows etc.)
The final conference for disseminating the good practice examples identified within the frame of the project

The project is implemented between 1 June 2010 – 31 March 2011, with the financial support of UNDP Moldova and the Government of Romania.

 
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