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“Now we are waiting to see what happens next and if things really change,” says Andrei, a scar on his chin still visible almost two months after his beating in the park in September.Today on the blog, we have another job board interview for you!However, it is the LGBT community that seems to bear the brunt of verbal, and occasionally physical, abuse and discrimination.“People in Moldova struggle to find work if they are openly gay, and they are afraid to go to the police if they are attacked because of the reaction they will get,” says Igor Stoica, a program coordinator at Amnesty International Moldova. Stoica says 35 cases have already been brought to Amnesty this year in which gay men or women have been physically or psychologically assaulted.About half of those bringing the charges have been willing to take them to the police, and about five of them have reached court. “With the new law the situation is a bit better than two or three years ago, but the LGBT community is still very isolated and under regular verbal attack."So far there are no openly gay Moldovan celebrities or politicians, and gay men in particular have to remain on guard against the possibility of physical assaults.Conservatives expressed concern that it would lead to the legalization of same-sex marriages.“I don’t think we would have passed the anti-discrimination law without the EU process, but hopefully it will now be hard to reverse it,” says Artiom Zavadovschi, a Moldovan gay activist who received a UN human-rights award in 2012 for his work.“Lack of any civil rights in Moldova is a nightmare for the gay community,” he adds.
The country only ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in 2010, and activists say that people with disabilities still lack access to education and jobs, while the Roma community is looked upon with general suspicion.
It has been trying to strike a balance between EU rules on respect for minorities, including gay people, and the views of a staunchly conservative church and society.