On August 9-10, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) has continued the series of movie screenings(http://www.epfarmenia.am/en/current-programs/human-rights/educational-film-on-non-discrimination/) and discussions on human rights, particularly, discrimination and (in)tolerance issues in Armenia facilitated by Anush Margaryan, the manager of the “Towards Adoption of Antidiscrimination Legislation in Armenia” project. This time the movie-screenings and discussions were held in Gyumri and Vanadzor Infotuns, where a number of young activists, school teachers, civil society organizations representatives have gathered.
Please visit the CSO-Depo portal. It is developed as part of “CSO DePo: CSO Development Program”. Eurasia Partnership Foundation, in a Consortium with Caucasus Research Resource Center, Media Initiatives Center, Goris Press Club, Support for Noyemberyan NGO, and Martuni Women Community Council, are implementing the Program, supported by USAID.
This task is intended to refurbish the already functioning website. There is need to add more tools and functionalities to the current web-site, as well as correct some deficiencies. The updated website should become a fully-functioning, accessible and informative destination portal/website for CSOs and other interested parties, giving them the ability to easily navigate, read and download the existing information, follow newsfeed using RSS, and watch video content. CSO DePo staff must be able to manage the content of the refurbished website through web-interface, and post, edit and remove information on/from the website.
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.