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28.03.2010

Over 340 representatives of public service institutions, including police officers, health professionals, municipal servants and local authorities, from all regions of Armenia and Yerevan participated in fifteen two-day trainings on Gender and GBV issues organized and conducted by ICHD.

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26.03.2010

Gender-based violence is a major human rights threat throughout the world. The perception and stereotypes of Armenians on gender based violence are quite troubling. About quarter thousands of women and girls - victims of domestic violence and leaving under permanent stress have been trained by the Consortium of three local organisations led by ICHD...

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06.03.2010

The attitudes and behaviours of Armenian people towards the gender-based violence are deeply rooted in their stereotypes on gender roles and violence. ICHD and its ally-partners in Consortium combating against gender based-violence, supported by UNFPA/Armenia have addressed this issue by raising awareness of over 1650 women and men and young people in 80 one-day open discussions in over sixty urban and rural communities around Armenia...

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27.02.2010

Around 200 young people in Gyumri and Vanadzor participated in Town Hall meetings on Armenia- NATO cooperation organized by ICHD and Armenian Atlantic Association.

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21.02.2010

"Support to Migration Policy Development and Relevant Capacity Building in Armenia" 3 year project was implemented by the International Center for Human Development (ICHD) in cooperation with the Migration Agency at the RA Ministry of Territorial Administration (MA MTA) and British Council Armenia. The main results, achievements and lessons learned have been wrapped up at the final conference on 19 February 2010.

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07.02.2010

"When I first started to interview the Armenian-Turkish reconciliation process, I can tell you how unwilling particularly the Turks were in engaging any kind of dialogue"-said David Phillips during his book presentation on 4th February 2010, in Ani Plaza hotel, Yerevan.The translation of the book "Unsilencing the Past" was published by the ICHD and Eurasia Partnership Foundation with support of USAID.

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06.02.2010

Fifty young representatives, as well as a number of experts from Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine participated in the regional seminar "South Caucasus Youth Forum: New Strategic Concept of the Alliance - Do we have a Stake?". The seminar was organized by the AAA and ICHD with the assistance of the Norwegian Atlantic Committee (DNAK) on February 4-5, 2010 in Yerevan, Armenia.

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05.10.2009

Recently the ICHD organised a series of fourteen Town Hall Meeting discussions in all regions of Armenia on possible future of Armenian - Turkish relations under the light of current political developments. The detailed information in Armenian is available.

23.09.2008

The war in Georgia has left the countries of the South Caucasus struggling with substantial risks and challenges. As a consequence of the recent crisis, which further exacerbated an impasse created by the existence of the protracted conflicts, the region is deprived of a vital vain to transport goods through the countries of the region.

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12.07.2008

To get a snapshot of what the Armenian NGO sector thinks of the idea of forming a Public Chammber, ICHD invited a Town Hall Meeting with NGO representatives.

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17.10.2019

Informative Local Meeting in Lori Region

The International Center for Human Development (ICHD) with the financial support of the Federal Foreign Office (Germany) and in partnership with The State Migration Service of Ministry of Territorial Administration and infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia and “Armenian Caritas” Benevolent NGO, on 15 October 2019 has implemented of local meetings in Lori region in the framework of Preventing Irregular Migration from Armenia to the Federal Republic of Germany by Raising Awareness of Potential Migrants” project. State and local self-governance bodies, service providers, media and civil society representatives participated in the event.

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24.09.2019

Informative Local Meeting in Shirak Region

The International Center for Human Development (ICHD) with the financial support of the Federal Foreign Office (Germany) and in partnership with The State Migration Service of Ministry of Territorial Administration and infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia and “Armenian Caritas” Benevolent NGO, on 17 September 2019 started implementation of local meetings in Shirak region in the framework of Preventing Irregular Migration from Armenia to the Federal Republic of Germany by Raising Awareness of Potential Migrants” project. State and local self-governance bodies, service providers, media and civil society representatives participated in the event.

The aim of the meetings is informing the participants about the risks, consequences of irregular migration, forms of protection given to migrants in Germany, as well as statistics on emigration and return policy from Germany to Armenia. The process of return and readmission of RA citizens, the reintegration programs of returnees implemented in the RA are also presented to the participants during the workshop.

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