Press Meetings

According to the Strategic Plan for 2016-2020, APSCF promotes and contributes to the development of adequate and functional public policies in the field of child and family protection. To this end, APSCF carries out lobbying and advocacy activities to influence public policy making and mobilizes the public to support the causes promoted by APSCF and its members.


On February 7, 2019, APSCF organised the press club “Family and School, Partners in Child Education”. During the event, we launched the video promoting the importance of the partnership between teacher, parent and child in child’s personal development and inclusion in the community. The video is available here. The event presented the perspective of the civil society, the parents and the teachers regarding the importance of promoting good practices among teachers, the teacher-parent partnership and of involving the parents in the educational process for ensuring a quality education. More details here.


On November 30, 2017, the APSCF organized a press meeting for launching, in partnership with the Media Center for Youth, a video clip promoting inclusive education. The event addressed the issue of access to education in the context of the Republic of Moldova’s commitments to align with Agenda 2030 for sustainable development, a universal framework for all countries aiming to contribute to the eradication of poverty and the achievement of sustainable development, with one of the objectives focusing on quality education. The event was attended by representatives of civil society, a parent with her daughter, who was involved in filming, the support teacher and media representatives.

On September 19, 2017, APSCF, in partnership with AVE Children and the Children’s Rights Information and Documentation Center (CIDDC), organized a press conference reviewing the measures taken in the last 10 years by the government for the implementation of the UNCRC provisions. The event discussed APSCF’s Alternative Report on the implementation of UNCRC and the children’s report for the same Commission. The context was provided by the participation of Government’s representatives in the plenary session of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. The event was attended by the representative of the People’s Advocate for Children’s Rights, civil society representatives, the children who developed the Children’s Report and media representatives.


Throughout 2016, APSCF organized 4 press meetings with various themes, placing on the public agenda important topics regarding the adoption process in the Republic of Moldova, the process of (re)integration of children in the family, deinstitutionalization, but also the participation of children and the role children as defenders of human rights. Details about the conferences here (Romanian language).