25 November 2020

U-Report Moldova

U-Report is a real-time social messaging tool that enables communication between young people and decision makers. It allows anyone from any community, anywhere in the world to speak out on issues that they care about, respond to polls, report issues on behalf of people in their country, support child rights, respond to humanitarian emergencies,…, About U-Report in Moldova, U-Report in Moldova was launched in December 2017 and has engaged more than 20,000 users, making it the third-largest U-Report community in the ECARO region. Since its launch, U-Report has conducted over 50 polls, collecting opinions on education, health, child rights, media literacy, environment, career development and other topics. Results of…, At U-Report, we:, collect opinions through weekly polls on education, health, child rights topics and many more  share awareness-raising info messages and chatbots  mobilize young people to take action and engage in discussions in their communities and decision making processes provide expert advice to address young people’s concerns  U-report cover.jpg, What are the main benefits of U-Report? , reaching out to thousands of young people and collecting opinions within hours the tool is 100% anonymous, free, easy-to-access and is a verified source of information it is a two-way communication tool - young people can provide feedback directly from communities it is a trend-analyzing tool - not statistical evidence it allows everybody to get…, Monthly Bulletins, Monthly Bulletins summarize data collected from the U-Report polls and highlights key findings and opinions of young people on the important topics 2020 - may.png 2020 -jun.png 2020 -jul.png 2020 - aug.png 2020 - sept.png 2020 - oct.png 2020 - nov_0.png 2020 - dec.png 2021- jan.png 2021- feb.png Stela Botez, Moldovan singer, and Alexandr Suvorov,…
23 July 2020

Reimagining visual art: out of the virus and out of the box

About the author, Iulia is a fifteen-year-old high school student from Chisinau, Moldova. Besides being an active volunteer and an outstanding student, who participates in international academic championships, Iulia adores art and has many talents. She performs in theatre and is one of the lead singers of the first musical inclusion project in Moldova – Youth choir…, Who’s the artist?, Art will survive through every disaster and people will survive along with it. Energy of creation will never exhaust, and it is what helps to balance on the ball during the time of destruction. Coronavirus gave birth to countless maybe-not-professional but wonderful artworks. You can be an artist if you have a story to tell. COVID-19 is a new…, Who’s the muse?, Pandemic has seen a large amount of different peculiar works but all of them can be described in two words: LIVING PAINTINGS. This name has wide range of meanings. Let’s start with the one I’ve tried myself. Living on the canvas For people lockdown resulted in urge to find how to entertain themselves. The idea of reimagining and staging famous…, What’s the material?, In spite of David Hockney being 82 years old, he managed to catch up to modern methods of drawing. His work above was created on iPad and it represents a surprising combination of new and old. I think that world will follow the same path: nature will reclaim it’s meaning for us, but the world will become more digital. Now many artists run out of…, What’s the purpose?, Art makes information more understandable and easier to embrace. That’s why it will conquer the world penetrating in every part of our life, from school textbooks to official documents, and demand in it will grow. Just look at how Ministry of culture of Ukraine decided to remind people of protecting measures from COVID-19: COVID poster to sanitize…