Who are we

Who We Are


The Media Center serves as a platform for hosting diverse discussions and debates, highlighting important developments and issues. It facilitates dialogue between the government and political society, addressing existing problems and exploring effective solutions.

Weekly debates and press conferences are organized to address ongoing developments within Armenia and the region, tackling urgent issues and highlighting social problems. Additionally, the Media Center offers journalists the opportunity to conduct individual interviews with experts, political and social figures, lawyers, representatives of non-governmental organizations, and diplomats.

Events hosted at the Media Center receive extensive coverage from Armenian mass media and are broadcast live on the website and YouTube channel. Furthermore, individuals can arrange their discussions, debates, and press conferences at the Media Center.

You can participate in our events online through live broadcasts and social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, Twitter, YouTube, and Linkedin.

The Media Center is coordinated by the Public Journalism Club with support from the Democracy Development Foundation (DDF).

What We Do

The Media Center serves as a platform for organizing discussions, debates, meetings, and press conferences. Discussions of the most important topics in Armenia are held with the participation of high-ranking representatives.

Media Center’s mission is to ensure the active and consistent involvement of civil society in discussions and debates on crucial political, social, socio-economic, and legal matters developing an environment of constructive dialogue and collaboration among media outlets, non-governmental organizations, civil society groups, government bodies, and international organizations.

The initiative aims to direct public and media attention to urgent, important, and sensitive issues, enhancing their coverage and public interest.

The Media Center provides an open platform where people with diverse views can engage in discussions and diverting arguments. However, the organization does not provide a platform to those who spread hate speech, insults, slander, discrimination, or violence.

Events hosted at the Media Center are widely covered and broadcast by the Armenian mass media.

Our Mission

Media Center’s mission is to ensure that civil society actively and consistently engages in discussions and debates on crucial political, public, and social issues. Our goal is to foster a culture of debate, create a collaborative working environment for representatives from various sectors, including the media, non-governmental organizations, civil society, government, and international bodies, and promote a culture of cooperation in the process of creation and promotion.


When addressing crucial political, public, social, or economic issues, we strive to ensure their diverse coverage because we believe that true reality becomes visible only when all possible points of view intersect.


We move in tandem with the development of new media and technologies, considering innovation to be one of the cornerstones of increasing access and public awareness.


By creating an environment of constructive dialogues, we contribute to the formation of a cooperative culture, because we believe that cooperation and the consolidation of civil society’s potential are the basis for effective problem-solving.


We believe that the media and civil society play an important supervisory role in social and political processes, promoting the implementation of accountable and transparent policies by the authorities.

Our Goals

The goals of the Media Center are:

to expand and promote the effectiveness of information dissemination in Armenia by fostering cooperation among civil advocacy groups, journalists, and professional media. Additionally, to contribute to the strengthening of journalistic relations, partnerships, and solidarity,

to raise public awareness of important topics by using new technologies,

to develop a culture of debate through a series of debates,

to identify and promote sensitive issues and theoretical risks, acting as a mediator for their public discussions,

to promote and expand the environment in which mainstream media will be interested in utilizing news feeds,

to establish a culture of closed meetings between diplomats, foreign policy decision-makers, media, and journalists.