Asian stakeholders and representatives of EU institutions to discuss progress made on the 2030 Agenda during the Asian Regional Meeting of the Policy Forum on Development

Kathmandu, 23 September 2019. More than eighty representatives of Asian civil society, local and national authorities, European Union institutions and Member States are gathering in Kathmandu from 24 – 26 September 2019 for the 3rd Asian Regional Meeting of the Policy Forum on Development. The meeting will focus on progress made on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The […]

Promoting the Rule of Law in the Post-Soviet Region through State and Non-State Collaboration

A three-day symposium on the topic “The Promotion of Rule of Law in Post-Soviet Countries through the Cooperation between State and Non-State Agencies” was organized on June 12-14 of 2019, in Tbilisi, Georgia. 40 experts from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine were participating in the symposium. Haykuhi Harutyunyan, the president of the “Protection of Rights […]

Securing the Revolution – The Role of Civil Society and Reform Challenges in Armenia

On 10 September, the European Endowment for Democracy (EED) hosted a panel debate focusing on the civil society perspective of the post-revolutionary developments in Armenia. The event was co-organised with the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. “I firmly believe that this is a revolution and not a transition [of power], because I don’t see just the […]

Arrests of the “Unpunishable”: the latest scandalous events are being discussed during the “At the Crossroad of the Opinions” program

During the last days, the law enforcement bodies have handcuffed such people, who have been considered as unpunishable and previously the latter personally gave orders to handcuff other people. During the broadcast of “At the Crossroad of the Opinions” program of “Azatutyun” radio station, we are discussing the latest most scandalous discoveries with Hovik Aghazaryan, […]

Statement

15.05.2018  We, the below-signed organizations of civil society, welcome the victory of the People and value the awakening of civil self-awareness and dignity. We appreciate the principles proclaimed by the Prime Minister for achieving responsible, transparent, and accountable governance. We comprehend the gravity of the problems faced by and the difficulty of the work to […]

Freedom House. Armenia is in Danger of Becoming an Authoritarian Country

According to the report published by the Freedom House Human Rights Defender Organization, in the sphere of democracy, Armenia has lost its positions in comparison to the previous years and currently is in the danger of becoming an authoritarian Unlike the previous reports, the possible prolongation of Serge Sargsyan’s government was especially highlighted in the […]

Report “Measuring good governance in Armenia and Georgia”

The report was elaborated by “the Protection of Rights without Border” NGO with the support of the Visegrad International Fund. The report presents the monitoring outcomes, which included the following components: good governance, voice and accountability, political stability and violence, regulatory qualities, government efficiency and corruption control in Armenia. Report “Measuring good governance in Armenia […]

Manual on “Participatory monitoring and evaluation of good governance: Methodology and instruments”

The manual was elaborated by “the Protection of Rights without Border” NGO with the support of the Visegrad International Fund. The manual aims at the awareness raising of good governance directed towards the development of multilevel, provide relevant information on the advantages and disadvantages of governance level evaluation and monitoring Manual on “Participatory Monitoring and […]