Recently, the public received the Gagarin Valley concept presented by the DAR Foundation and MVRDV architectural and urban planning company with great enthusiasm․
In cooperation with Swedish International Development Agency, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) announces an Open door grants competition for the civil society within the frameworks of “Civil Society Support for Ensuring Impact on Reforms” (CS Support) project.
The competition aims at encouraging the balanced and delicate journalistic coverage of tolerance, peaceful co-existence and diversity in Armenia. In its turn, the encouragement will lead to deepened public tolerance and respectful attitude towards minority communities.
Julia Sahakyan, EPF Program Manager, previously a John Stuart Smith Fellow, shares her experience of being a JST fellow and her vision on the importance of deeper civic engagement in Armenia.
A ground-breaking PEN meeting took place in Yerevan, on June 8
Davit Petrosyan discusses the adoption of legislation in Armenia establishing a new system for student self-government bodies within state universities, as well as Restart’s role in the democratization process in Armenia