Sharing Cafe – Welcoming Refugees to Moldova!
It is estimated that around 300,000 people have crossed into Moldova from Ukraine, since the war broke out, and more than 100,000 of them have stayed in the area. The whole country showed its support for the Ukrainian refugees, but the Moldavian libraries have embraced their role as havens.
The Association of Librarians from the Republic of Moldova is inviting you to be part of a free and online session that will also be translated into Romanian & Ukrainian, where you can learn more about libraries as leaders of community support from our speakers. Discover how local libraries have adapted their mission during this unprecedented time!
This project is developed by Progress Foundation Romania, granted by E.U. and the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States and implemented in Armenia, Republic Of Moldova, Romania and Ukraine with the help of the regional partners: Lori Regional Library, Armenia; “Dimitrie Cantemir” Public Library from Ungheni, “IPS Antonie Plamadeala” Public Library from Hincesti & Library Association from Republic of Moldova; “G.T. Kirileanu” Neamt County Library & “Antim Ivireanul” Valcea County Library from Romania; Luhansk Regional Scientific Library, Lviv Public Library & Ukrainian Library Association, from Ukraine.
Growing Active Citizens Hubs is granted by E.U. and the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of the Black Sea Trust or its partners.