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An international conference on decentralization reform started today in Chisinau which brought together 140 representatives of local and central public administration, civil society, development partners, as well as national and international experts. During two days, participants will analyse the experience of European countries in the field of local public administration, assess the implementation of the National Decentralization Strategy and debate on the sector action plans of the decentralization reform for areas such as education, finance, property, etc.
Following two years of public debate and consultation, the President of the Republic of Moldova has signed into law a strategy to decentralize services and decision-making to its local public administrations, making them more accessible to Moldovans.
Today Romani women from three districts of Moldova took part in the public debates “Opportunities for vulnerable groups in the context of decentralization reform: Roma” that took place in Tibirica commune. The debate was organized at the threshold of the International Roma Day by the State Chancellery of the Republic of Moldova with a support of the Joint Integrated Local Development Programme (JILDP) implemented by UNDP and UN Women, funded by the government of Sweden