THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

In a world where globalization and making profit are driving all political, social and economic changes, civil society is the only public space between state, businesses and citizens, in which people can promote not-for-profit values and principles. Civil society groups and organizations (CSOs, ‘nonprofit’s) are created by individuals and groups of people, who see the needs, who have genuine interest, energy and aspirations for creating a positive change – global or local, affecting a particular individual or the society as a whole.

EPF believes that CSOs are the quintessential institutional agents of change. CSOs are visionary, non-partisan, and freedom-oriented, they promote volunteerism, they are flexible, active, committed and innovative. They are one of the main foci of freedoms and committed service provision; they cooperate with state structures, but they also embody freedom and express criticism. CSOs design and affect policies. CSOs develop and set the standards for future societies.

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In this presentation you will find a detailed information about CSO…
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Civil Society Policy Recommendations AR 2016
Over the years of its work, EPF has done numerous studies of CSO…
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Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) implemented an “Empowering Young…
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Although local organizations in Armenia have received extensive…
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Summary of CSO Comprehensive Market Research Results
The research was conducted by CRRC-Armenia within the framework of “…
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If you want to develop your organization's fundraising…
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The research was conducted by CRRC-Armenia within the framework of “CSO Depo: Civil Society Organizations’ Development Program”.
The research was conducted by CRRC-Armenia within the framework of “…
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In a world where globalization and making profit are driving all political, social and economic changes, civil society is the only public space between state, businesses and citizens, in which people can promote not-for-profit values and principles. Civil society groups and organizations (CSOs, ‘nonprofit’s) are created by individuals and groups of people, who see the needs, who have genuine interest, energy and aspirations for creating a positive change – global or local, affecting a particular individual or the society as a whole.

EPF believes that CSOs are the quintessential institutional agents of change. CSOs are visionary, non-partisan, and freedom-oriented, they promote volunteerism, they are flexible, active, committed and innovative. They are one of the main foci of freedoms and committed service provision; they cooperate with state structures, but they also embody freedom and express criticism. CSOs design and affect policies. CSOs develop and set the standards for future societies.

Civil Society Development pic
CSO_DePo_Presentation_Prezi.JPG
In this presentation you will find a detailed information about CSO…
EN
Read More
Civil Society Policy Recommendations AR 2016
Over the years of its work, EPF has done numerous studies of CSO…
EN
Read More
Empowering Young Entrepreneurs in the Regions of Armenia pic
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) implemented an “Empowering Young…
EN
Read More
Development-of-Organizational-Capacities_0
Although local organizations in Armenia have received extensive…
EN
Read More
Summary of CSO Comprehensive Market Research Results
The research was conducted by CRRC-Armenia within the framework of “…
EN
Read More
If you want to develop your organization's fundraising…
EN
Read More
The research was conducted by CRRC-Armenia within the framework of “CSO Depo: Civil Society Organizations’ Development Program”.
The research was conducted by CRRC-Armenia within the framework of “…
EN
Read More