On November 11, 2014 from 09:30 to 18:00 a conference on the issues of anti-discrimination will take place in the Best Western Congress Hotel’s Ball Room, Yerevan. The conference is organized by Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Netherlands.
Thanks to everyone who submitted their application and gave our expert panel an enjoyable and challenging experience. We are pleased to announce the winners of “Religious Tolerance” documentary production grant competition. On the 11th of April,
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) has accumulated 18 yearsof experience in programimplementation,grantmaking,and cooperationwith the Armeniancivilsociety. EPF has shaped a unique portfolio of services to position itself as a ‘think and do’ tank with expertise lying in the nexus of project design and management, network building and consortium management, civil society capacity building, policy research and advocacy, alternative content development, and peace building.
On July 25th, 2014 Eurasia Partnership Foundation and Transparency International Anti-corruption Center have organized a focus group meeting with involvement of representatives of institutions and management of staffs of Armenian ministries on current state of implementation of Conflict of Interest (CoI) policies, existing legislative and institutional gaps, as well as opinions on the level of understanding of CoI in state institutions. The meeting was organized within the framework of the EU funded Engaging Civil Society in Monitoring Conflict of Interest Policies project.
Manana Aslamazyan was the Chief of Party of the Alternative Resources in Media (ARM) Program from 2010 to 2013). She worked as director of Internews in Russia (14 years) and Europe (7 years). She has won multiple awards, including the TEFI award in Russia for “Personal Contribution to the Development of Media.”
My narrative of 2013 includes a controversial story. Martuni is located 1900 meters above sea level, on the mountain slopes which surround Lake Sevan, at around a 2 hour drive from Yerevan.