Lecturers; workload, financial expenditure uneffectiveness, resource management and other issues were discussed at July 4 Media Center meeting with Lecturer Restart initiative group members Lilit Mkrtchyan, Davit Tinoyan, Artur Kobelyan and Levon Sargsyan.
Under the previous government torture cases were never disclosed, no effective investigation was carried out, but following the velvet revolution some torture cases were accepted for proceedings: this was the view expressed by human rights advocates at June 26 discussion at Media Center dedicated to torture victims support international day.
The Armenian velvet revolution inspired hope to us, we also having been under the same ruling authority for many years: Itir Erhart, well known Turkish entrepreneur, Ashoka fellow and Ashoka Turkey Council member said at June 21-ին Media Center press conference.
What do Facebook Users think about female engagement in RA government
Public Journalism Club conducted an online survey via Polls for pages in the most influential social platform in Armenia – Facebook to figure out users moods.
The one-day training course in AYB school “I will become a programmer: Children in care centers are learning programming” included 150 participants from Armenian care centers and socially vulnerable families.
Many are the expectations from the new government concerning solving the problems and defending the rights of people with disabilities. This note was struck at June 6 press conference at Media Center by Suren Maghakyan, President of “Full Life” NGO, Coordinator at “National Platform on the issues of people with disabilities.”
According to a Facebook survey conducted by Public Journalism Club NGO 47% of participants finds the engagement of women in the new government as insufficient and 53% as sufficient or more than sufficient.
Recommendations on improving the agricultural field addressed to the government were the topic of discussion at May 30 Media Center meeting with Robert Makaryan, deputy minister of agriculture, Hrachya Zakoyan, representative of Agricultural Alliance of Armenia and Karen Chilingaryan, president of Consumers’ Consulting Center NGO.
A number of civil society organizations expressed willingness to support the newly formed government. “We are ready to support the newly formed government to overcome the prevailing problems meanwhile we will remain loyal to the main principles and agenda of our activity”.