Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) is looking for an exceptionally qualified Emergency Consultant as a service contractor to help EPF with improving its institutional capacity in relation to emergency preparedness and responsiveness, including developing a comprehensive Emergency Policy. The incumbent should have a real-world expertise and experience in the field, so that the protection needs of EPF in emergency situations are ensured, should such necessity arise.
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) is in the process of growth. Currently, EPF implements several long-term multi-year consortium programs including CSO DePo, CELoG, MICE; as well as anti-discrimination and cross-border projects.
Alongside with successful implementation of programs and projects, EPF faces growing organizational challenges related to stress mitigation, quality assurance, team building, multiplication of impact areas, emergency rapid response, and others. EPF wants to further build its strategic thinking capacity; skills to successfully and effectively navigate between conflicting groups; portfolio of services for conflict mitigation and constructive concerted action among members of consortiums and beneficiary networks. In addition, EPF is turning into an organization-media, which should help it to have a targeted impact on a variety of areas of Armenia’s development.
In May, 2016 Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) had announced a research competition entitled: “The Manifestations of Tolerance and Intolerance in Armenian Literature” within the “Promotion of religious tolerance and fight against discrimination” project implemented by EPF with support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Armenia and Georgia.
«Մարդամեջ» ՍՆՀ-ի նպատակն է նպաստել ՀՀ-ում տեղի ունեցող բարեփոխումների (սոցիալական, տեղական իշխանությունների հզորացման, թափանցիկության և հաշվետվողականության) գործընթացի մասին տեղեկատվության և հանրային մասնակցության բարձրացմանը, այնպիսի խնդիրների վերհանմանը, որոնց լուծումը հնարավոր կլինի տալ օնլայն կամ օֆլայն միջոցներով:
Do young people from rural communities have access to self-development resources? What are the ways of affecting decision-making in their communities? How can they use their talent to bring a positive change in their community? How can they pass the joy from their accomplishments to the larger society? Since 2007, the YouthBank (YB) program managed by Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) gives answers to some of these questions.
Armenia, Turkey | Anadolu Kültür, Hrant Dink Foundation, Public Journalism Club, The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey, Regional Studies Center, Eurasia Partnership Foundation,Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly, Civilitas Foundation
In January 2014, a consortium of eight civil society organisations from Armenia and Turkey announced the launch of the programme Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process funded by the European Union under the Instrument for Stability.