“Firdus: the Memory of a Place” is a memory-book about the Firdusi street, the last vernacular district in the center of Yerevan. Authors from various fields study the different forms of memory functioning in this small fragment of the city center of Yerevan. In addition to research articles, the book includes stories of local residents and family photo archives.
Firdus is valuable for its multicultural image, vernacular architecture and diverse daily life.
Due to these intangible values and memories, urban space acquires new semantic layers, which are presented in the book)
EPF hosted the first group of students in partnership with Stonehill College as part of the Learning Inside Out Network (LION) internship program. The US students had three week internships in Armenia from June 7 - June 30. The internships were followed by Local Roots of Global Peace: International Student Conference on Global Development and Security Studies as the students have prepared extensive papers and presentations on various topics within global development and security
Bridge for CSOs is an EU-funded three-year civil society strengthening project implemented by Armenian General Benevolent Union and Eurasia Partnership Foundation. In the course of the Project's various components implementation many events take place in Yerevan, as well as in the regions of Armenia. With the aim to document success stories and make them known to the global Diaspora in order to motivate Diaspora's engagement in the Project, Bridge for CSOs team is seeking to involve a video production company/ individual videographer to ensure the effective implementation of the entire process of video production, including script writing, raw material shooting, editing, subtitles inclusion and any other video related works.
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) is seeking an evaluation consultant or a team of consultants to undertake an evaluation of the project entitled “Armenia-Turkey Economic Relations: New Stage?”
On May 24 2019 the regional conference Contemporary Issues of Freedom of Religion or Belief in Armenia, Georgia and beyond took place in Yerevan. The Conference aimed to provide a platform for key stakeholders to discuss the situation and developments of FoRB from different perspectives, to strengthen Armenian-Georgian ties and promote international cooperation.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan attended the opening of a conference on freedom of religion or belief in Armenia, Georgia and around the world. Armenian Human Rights Defender Arman Tatoyan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Netherlands to Armenia and Georgia Johannes Douma, UN Resident Coordinator for Armenia Shombi Sharp, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) Director General Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan and others participated in the event.