Atos Consulting is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Atos Origin group. It was formed in August 2002 from the merger of Atos Origin, one of Europe’s leading IT services providers, and the UK and Dutch operations of management consultancy KPMG Consulting. The group focuses on the creation, delivery and management of IT-enabled business processes, offering a ’design, build and operate’ service to major corporations and public sector organizations.
The Armenian Center for National and International Studies, an independent strategic research center, focuses on a comprehensive agenda of foreign and public policy issues, which are articulated analytically in political and academic arenas around the world.
The Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA) is an organization which acts as a network facilitator in the Euro-Atlantic and beyond. The ATA draws together political leaders, academics, and diplomats in an effort to further the values set forth in the North Atlantic Treaty. The Atlantic Treaty Association seeks, through discussion and political channels, to support the values set forth in the North Atlantic Treaty: Freedom, Liberty, Peace, Security, and the Rule of law. As such, the ATA acts as a forum for debate in which member associations can realize common interests and democratic goals in the ever-changing security environment of the 21st century.
The British Council is the UK's leading international organisation for educational and cultural relations. The main purpose of the British Council Armenia is to build mutually beneficial relationships between people in the UK and Armenia and to increase appreciation of the UK’s creative ideas and achievements. This work is driven by the strong belief in internationalism, a commitment to professionalism and an enthusiasm for creativity. These qualities, coupled with integrity and conviction that cultural relations can help individuals and the world community to thrive, make the British Council a good partner and a special place to work.
ICHD is currently implementing a three year project "Strengthening local capacities for local democracy in Armenia through institutionalizing effective and equal public participation in local decision making", which is part of a larger project "Promoting Equal Rights and Equal Opportunities in Armenia: Women in Local Democracy".more >>
ICHD is currently implementing a project "Strengthening local capacities for local democracy in Armenia through institutionalizing effective and equal public participation in local decision making", which is part of a larger project "Promoting Equal Rights and Equal Opportunities in Armenia: Women in Local Democracy". The whole project is funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP Armenia in partnership with Ministry of Territorial Administration and ICHD.more >>
Օn the occasion of Europe Day the European Union Delegation to Armenia organized an open-air public celebration in Yerevan on May 25.more >>
10 public discussions on Millenium Development Goals: post 2015 development in 5 regions of Armenia and in Yerevan
From 2 September to 2 November 2012, with the support from the UN Population Fund and in close cooperation with the RoA Government the International Center for Human Development completed the International Conference on Population and Development Beyond 2014 survey questionnaire. Within the framework of that undertaking, consultative and focus group meetings with competent State bodies, civil society organizations and private companies were held and a desk review was conducted.