RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS // 
12.05.2016

The authors of the paper have tried to identify and analyse the perceptions of various stakeholders in government and private businesses and civil society on energy security in Armenia.

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03.12.2015

The South Caucasus is often depicted as the main doorway to the energy rich Caspian region in the energy security narratives of the European Union and of other Western actors in the region. But what are the views from the South Caucasus countries Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia concerning their own energy security? This CASCADE working paper seeks to shed light on energy security notions from South Caucasus governments and energy companies, as well as of citizens and consumers. It finds that there are significant differences in the perceptions of the different actors in the energy sector within each South Caucasus country that could lead to political conflicts over energy security strategies.

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28.10.2015

This policy brief scrutinises anti-corruption policies in the three South Caucasus countries over the past two decades in light of their cooperation with, and commitments vis-à-vis the European Union.

06.10.2015

This publication is available only in Armenian.

17.07.2015

ICHD, with the financial support of the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Armenia has developed a Catalogue of Higher Education Institutions in Armenia: 2015, which was presented at the EHEA Ministerial Conference and Fourth Bologna Policy Forum on 14-15 May, 2015

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27.01.2014

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has been granted the mandate to provide international protection to refugees and to assist states in finding durable solutions for them. This mandate, which has been expanded over time to include efforts serving the protection of other displaced populations and the prevention and reduction of statelessness has many dimensions which all relate to a common goal, namely the enhancement of the respect for and the protection and fulfilment of the rights of persons of concern. In pursuing its work UNHCR follows a human rights based and an “age, gender and diversity sensitive” approach.

This report offers a snapshot of the travel routes taken by two hundred families, their livelihoods, access to services, the schooling of children, and the protection risks women in Syria and Armenia formerly and currently face.

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28.02.2013

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.

18.02.2013

This Guide provides a brief insight into Germany, describes the process of job search, application and other preparatory actions. It also provides details about procedures related to work and resident permits. The guide also lists institutions and methods for protecting one’s interests while being a circular labour migrant.

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01.02.2013

Fellows participating in the fellowship program of “Opening the Doors of Policy-Making: Central Asia and South Caucasus” have released eight policy papers covering a wide variety of issues in the two regions covered by the project.

The papers address such diverse topics as water rights, employment practices, foreign policy and urban development, etc. The fellowships were a component of a PASOS project that seeks to empower civil society organizations and to enhance public participation in public policy development.

Funded by the United Nations Democracy Fund, “Opening the Doors of Policy-Making in the South Caucasus and Central Asia” aims to strengthen CSOs, foster regional networking, and promote sustained dialogue with policymakers.

ICHD’s representative Astghik Injeyan was one of the PASOS/UNDEF project fellows and co-author of the publication.

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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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