The project evaluation is being conducted to identify potential project implementation issues, assess progress towards the achievement of objectives, relevance and performance of the project as compared to the project document, identify and document lessons learned (including lessons that might improve design and implementation of the ongoing and other EPF projects as well), and to make recommendations regarding specific actions that might be taken for future projects. The project evaluation is expected to serve as a means of validating or filling the gaps in the initial assessment of relevance, effectiveness and efficiency obtained from monitoring. The project evaluation provides the opportunity to assess project’s success or failure and prompt necessary adjustments.
The Sub-grant Scheme will support proposals with duration of up to twelve months and with a budget ranging from €10,000 to €25,000. In total, the Consortium expects to award from 8 to 12 sub-grants.
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) will deliver an information session for the potential applicants to the Sub-Grant Scheme that was recently announced within the “Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process: Stage Three” (ATNP-3) programme. The aim of the information session is to briefly present the ATNP programme, talk about previous successful dialogue initiatives supported within the Sub-grant Scheme, and elaborate on the application process and procedure in a question & answer format.
In this video, we take you around the globe, stopping by nine countries to hear more about what DRI and its partners are doing to help promote human and labour rights, why it's important and what impact it has all had so far! Find out how we work to support civil society and social partners to become effective advocates and drivers of change. This change is ultimately intended to be that the beneficiary countries of the European Union's Generalized Scheme of Preferences Plus (GSP+) meet their commitments to effectively implement core international human and labour rights conventions, in exchange for the removal of tariffs on a range of products exported to the EU. This work is part of the EU-funded programme 'Promoting Human and Labour Rights through GSP+’.
On February 8, 2020, at 17:30, an opening of the exhibition “Consequence: Artefact” took place in the Artists Union of Armenia. The exhibition was preceded by a private screening of the film “Consequence: Artefact” in the Cinema Moscow. The exhibition and the film are part of the “Consequence: Artefact” project which was implemented by the photographer Areg Balayan and the visual artist Edik Boghosian during 2019.
The EU has released its biennial GSP report and the GSP+ assessments for participating countries, including Armenia. The report states that during 2018-219 Armenia continued to address shortcomings identified under the GSP+ related conventions.