Yesterday Deborah Grieser met with representatives of Eurasia Partnership Foundation-Armenia, Media Initiatives Center, Pink Armenia, and Transparency International Armenia, which implement USAID’s different civil society strengthening, media development, and human rights projects. Ms. Grieser introduced the new Acting Mission Director, Mr. David Hoffman, and recognized and thanked the partners for their influential and positive collaboration with USAID.

She noted how proud she has been to work alongside EPF, MIC, Pink, and TIAC to support civil society and media development and to advance human rights in the post “velvet revolution” Armenia.

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EPF Program Director Mikayel Hovhannisyan and Other Members of the Steering Committee of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Condemn the Illegal Detention of Members of the EaP CSF.

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The pro-democracy movement in Belarus is facing challenges similar to the ones Armenians overcame just two years ago.

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DATA partners invite exceptionally qualified organizations, individual consultants or teams of consultants who will strengthen policy-oriented research, policy analysis, policy advocacy and communication capacities of DATA partners through a set of trainings (including ToTs), and provide consultative services to DATA partners and DATA beneficiaries throughout the term of the program.

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Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) and Caucasus Research Resource Center - Armenia Foundation (CRRC-Armenia) solicit the services of an Internal Auditor to carry out an independent appraisal of each of EPF’s and CRRC-Armenia’s internal controls and their compliance with Policies and Procedures that govern each of the two entities. The Internal Auditor should also act as a confidential hotline (e-mail) administrator for employees and the public regarding claims of possible fraud and conflict of interest at EPF and CRRC-Armenia. When warranted, the Internal Auditor will inspect claims of fraud or conflict of interest in any of the two entities.

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The spread of the coronavirus has increased the importance of digital tools and e-services, as many people need access to various public services during their government’s lockdown. The increased demand for digital public services has made digitalization challenges more evident. Governments should focus on providing platforms for the growth of the digital economy and benefit of society, as well as enabling the models for the safe and modern application of technology to serve the population.

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