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Georgia: JOB VACANCY

27.04.15



Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Regional Office South Caucasus based in Tbilisi/Georgia is looking for a project coordinator with starting date 01 July 2015. The job description in PDF format can be downloaded here.

 

Armenia: JOB VACANCY

21.04.15

 


The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Armenia Office is looking for a project assistant with translation responsibilities with starting date 01 July 2015 The job vacany in PDF format can be downloaded
here.

 

The Russian Crisis and its Fallout

27.04.15



What are the consequences of the crisis in Russia for the neighboring countries? And what are the aftereffects for social and political stability in the region?

The Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation has asked nine authors from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to analyze the consequences of the Russian crisis for their countries:

The Russian Crisis and its Fallout
The Impact on the Eastern Partnership States and Central Asia
 

Armenia: Youth Study 2015

27.04.15


The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Armenia Office is taking the initiative to carry out an empirical study on perceptions and attitudes of young people towards the changing reality. FES is inviting competent institutes to tender for being the counterpart in this Enterprise.

Links: Armenian; English.



 

Armenia: “Armenia between EU and Eurasian Union”

06.02.15


After the so-called U-turn in Armenian foreign policy, the knowledge about possible consequences of the accession to Eurasian Customs Union also with respect to EU-Armenian relations is very low. Therefore the project “Armenia in Between EU and Eurasian Union”, that was implemented in cooperation with Yerevan Press Club, aimed at raising awareness on integration processes. In five round table discussions and three seminars experts from different spheres have analyzed the possible consequences of Armenia’s accession to Eurasian Customs Union for the region and the country. This was especially interesting in the light of the crises in Ukraine and the changing geopolitical landscape. The discussion offered a rare opportunity to debate questions of Eastern Partnership and of the Eurasian Union with relevant stakeholders.

 

Armenia: Quality journalism in Armenia

05.02.15


The media landscape in Armenia does not always correspond to professional standards. However, in transition countries the quality of reporting is of crucial importance for the public awareness for social and political problems. In order to improve the quality of journalism, the Yerevan Press Club in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung monitored articles of several national media on about 40 topics. In a weekly analytical review shortcomings and problems of accuracy were pointed out with the aim to raise awareness for problems in the field of reporting. The reviews were dedicated to topics such as socio-economic developments, local self-government reform, migration, environmental challenges, geopolitical choice of Armenia, etc.

Link: Yerevan Press Club (Armenian)

 

The video clip on the principles of social democracy is now also available in Georgian and Armenian

05.02.15


Social democracy wants equal freedoms for everybody in the society - regardless of race, gender and social background. The video clip on the basics of Social Democracy outlines not only what social democracy means, but also shows a certain example, how the positive and negative rights are to be distinguished from each other.





Video clip - Social Demokracy (Georgian)

Video clip - Social Demokracy (Armenian)

 

Georgia: Georgian-Ukrainian-Russian Round Table: “Ways and means to overcome the crisis in Ukraine”

13.01.15


On 13 and 14 December, the National Committee of the Helsinki Citizens Assembly, together with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation Georgia, organized, a Georgian-Ukrainian-Russian Round Table at the Caucasian International University, with the participation of the representatives of public and government authorities, independent experts and diplomats from three countries. At the event, the ways and means to overcome the crisis in Ukraine were discussed. Despite the tense situation, the dialogue was created and different formats of cooperation on civil society level were planned.

Link: http://www.lvivacademy.com

 

Armenia: "Standardization of the Content and Information Deficit on Official Websites"

13.01.15


In 2014, the Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression (CPFE) with the support of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) carried out the monitoring of official websites of state bodies of Armenia. Investigated was the level of information and the transparency of the websites. The results were published in three languages (Armenian, English and Russian). Presenting the originated publication on December 17 in Yerevan, issues and possible strategies with representatives of ministries, regional administrations, NGOs and journalists were discussed.


The publication in PDF format can be downloaded here.



 

Armenia: Young People Want to Know More About Armenia’s Development Vectors.

13.01.15


Although on September 3, 2013 Armenian announced its intention to join the Eurasian Customs Union, European integration is declared by the government as an important vector in Armenia's policy. The choice to integrate with the CU is represented from the point of view of economic interest, however its political component and its impact on democratic development is concealed. The three-day workshop organized by FES and implemented by the Urban Foundation on 12.-15. December 2014 in Aghveran aimed at correcting information misbalance created by official media, and discussing economic and democratic development perspectives of Armenia in the Eurasian Economic Union and further integration with European structures. 35 young activists and students from 6 regions of Armenia had the chance of discussing these complicated issues with well known political experts. In the result of the workshop young participants received first-hand and updated information and became able to make their own judgment as active citizens.

 

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