MARTUNI HOSTED THE #ELECTRICYEREVAN 2015 PHOTO EXHIBITION AND DOCUMENTARY #ELECTRICYEREVAN. A DAY OF VIOLATED RIGHTS

On December 23 the #ElectricYerevan 2015 photo exhibition and the documentary #electricyerevan. A Day of Violated Rights travelled to Martuni, Gegharkunik.

The representatives of the civil society, rights defenders and Martuni-based NGOs, as well as schoolchildren attended the screening of the documentary #electricyerevan. A Day of Violated Rights. The documentary and exhibition received a positive feedback in Gyumri.

The exhibition is a unique chronicling of the most remarkable moments of the events unfolding on Baghramyan Avenue in June 22-July 6, 2015 as seen by the photographers of PHOTOLURE News Agency. The photo exhibition features over 70 pieces.

The 30-minute film created by the Public Journalism Club is an eyewitness account of the incidents and developments that occurred in the morning of June 23. The documentary features over 20 interviews with the representatives of the Police, Human Rights Defender’s Office, civil society organizations, rights defenders and journalists who worked on Baghramyan Avenue.

Earlier on November 12 the first screening of the documentary took place in Yerevan, with two subsequent events in Vanadzor and Gyumri.

The film and the exhibition are made possible through the support of Open Society Foundations-Armenia.

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