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Assessing the community needs of mental health residential care service users in Republic of Moldova

Chihai, Jana
Fonte: Universidade Nova de Lisboa Publicador: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2015 ENG
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RESUMO: Background: Problemas de saúde mental são um grande problema clínico e social na República da Moldávia, representando uma quota significante de deficiência, sendo classificada no top cinco das dez linhas na hierarquia das condições. A taxa de incidência tem sido crescente na República da Moldávia, atingindo cerca de 15.000 por ano (14,655 em 2011), ou seja, 411,4 por 100 mil habitantes, e uma taxa de prevalência de 97.525 pessoas em 2011, ou seja, 2,737.9 por 100 mil habitantes. Sistema de atendimento psiquiátrico fornece serviços de saúde mental escassos a nível da comunidade, visando principalmente terapia hospitalar, centralizada, através de uma rede de três hospitais psiquiátricos, com 1.860 camas e 4 sanatórios psico- neurológicos com 1890 camas, assim alimentando-se a estigmatização do paciente. Objetivos: O objetivo deste estudo foi a avaliação das necessidades individuais dos beneficiários e do seu nível de autonomia dentro de cuidados residenciais, para o planeamento de reformas de saúde mental e desinstitucionalização na República da Moldávia. Este estudo foi encomendado pelo Ministério do Trabalho, Proteção Social e da Família e pelo Ministério da Saúde, com o apoio da Organização Mundial da Saúde...

El tráfico de seres humanos en la Moldavia postsoviética (1991-2004)

Torres Adán, Ángel Luis
Fonte: Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, Editum Publicador: Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, Editum
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
SPA
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En el ámbito de la geografía de la población, por lo general no se ha prestado atención suficiente a los movimientos forzados. A lo largo de este artículo se analiza el establecimiento y los motivos que llevaron a las redes de trata de personas a aparecer y desarrollarse de una manera muy importante en la República de Moldavia tras la caída de la URSS. Para atajar el problema, en una primera parte se analizan los factores internos que provocaron la predisposición de la población a dejar su país, para, en la segunda sección, revisar cómo afectaron al problema los factores externos de atracción que pusieron en marcha el «efecto llamada».; Usually the researchers devoted to population geography have not paid enough attention to the forced migration processes. The main objective of this paper is to analyze the set up and main motives that leaded to the creation and great success of human trafficking organizations in the Republic of Moldova after the disintegration of the Soviet Union- In order to fulfill the objective there will be a first section where we will analyze the push factors that made the population more likely to abandon their homeland and then, in the second section we will check how pull factors affected the situation in Moldova creating a «magnet effect» scenario.

The European Union's enlargement process

Bastarreche, Carlos
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper Formato: 41408 bytes; 356 bytes; application/pdf; application/octet-stream
EN_AU
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[Conclusion]: .....one must bear in mind that enlargement is an open process. Its obvious complexity is commensurate with the historical impact that it carries with it, as determining factor for the future of our Continent and for the role that the EU has to play in the international sphere. Turkey is already enjoying the recognized statute of candidate country and the benefits of pre-accession facilities. Furthermore, the latest invitations to participate in the European Conference, which is a forum of political dialogue, provide an indicative list of potential and foreseeable candidates. Together with the traditional ones, which are part of the European Free Trade Association, the European Council of Nice included the Balkan countries that is to say, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Albania. More recently, in Gottemburg, Moldavia and the Ukraine were also invited. The process of integration and extension and, ultimately, of strengthening of the EU against the background of globalization, does not seem to end with the fifth enlargement. Other countries of Europe may follow the road of the current 13 candidates, engaging in a process that will one day culminate in the reunion of the Continent as a whole...

Análisis de la Política Exterior Rusa en materia energética, comercial y militar hacia la República de Moldavia (Período 2000-2010)

Motta Hurtado, Vanessa
Fonte: Facultad de Relaciones Internacionales Publicador: Facultad de Relaciones Internacionales
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis; info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 29/01/2013 SPA
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Rusia sufrió grandes cambios tras la desintegración de la URSS en 1991. No obstante, con la llegada de Vladimir Putin al poder, los intereses geoestratégicos de Rusia sobre el espacio postsoviético revivieron con nuevo ímpetu debido a una mayor cantidad de recursos a disposición del Estado. La República de Moldavia es un claro ejemplo del resurgir de la política exterior rusa hacia el espacio postsoviético, siendo incluso, una región clave en la lucha de la Federación Rusa por recuperar su zona de influencia.; Russia underwent great changes after the disintegration of the USSR in 1991. However, with the arrival of Vladimir Putin, Russia's geostrategic interests in the former Soviet Union revived with a new impetus due to a greater amount of resources available to the State. The Republic of Moldova is a clear example of the resurgence of Russian Foreign Policy towards the former Soviet Union states, being even a key region in the struggle of the Russian Federation to regain its zone of influence.

Du droit romain dans une jurisprudence testamentaire de la Cour d'Appel de Chişinău

Bob,Mircea Dan
Fonte: Fundamina Publicador: Fundamina
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2014 FR
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The research we conducted on Romanian jurisprudence on wills led us to a very interesting decision of the Chişinău (presently, Republic of Moldavia) Court of Appeal delivered in 1925. The region called Bessarabia reunited with Romania in 1918, but the Romanian Civil Code was extended to that territory only in 1928. Therefore, the judges in this case had to identify the laws in force at that time through an historical analysis of the consequences of the first Russian occupation of the province in 1812 on the administration of justice. Then, in terms of Bessarabian law they made an in-depth analysis of Roman law in order to solve the problem. My main purpose is to analyse the conclusions drawn by the judges in 1925. Did the Russian occupation really allow the Hexabiblon of Harmenopoulos (1345) and the Manual of Andronache Donici (1814) as sources of Bessarabian law after 1812? Is the Roman-law analysis conducted by the Court an appropriate one? However, beyond the several questions that this study raises, its main interest lies in the fact that twentieth century judges still found it useful and necessary to go back to Roman law sources to clarify and interpret the legal texts of Harmenopoulos and Donici on which they based their decision.