Our mission is to promote freedom of expression, diversity and pluralism, build a media literate society, facilitate the development of a stronger civil society and support processes aimed at the democratization of the region and establishment of a dialogue, mutual understanding and peace.
Among other priorities our mission includes:
-developing and raising awareness about public journalism
-prompting active participation of the civil society
-promoting and developing a collaborative culture and involvement among civil society, mass media, and ICT sector.
Our vision is democratic Armenia which enjoys peace, welfare and active, well-educated and competitive civil society cooperating with mass media to become a real watchdog while state structures have transparent activities and accountability.
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Author: Ani Minasyan Colonel Mekhak Arzumanyan, Head of the Emergency Situations Service of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, told his stories to the “Trajectories” project. He is one of the rescuers who, since November 13, 2020, have been participating in the search for the bodies of servicemen who died in the second Karabakh war. Mekhak ArzumanyanSeptember 20, 2021
Media Literacy in preschool education: international experience, situation in Armenia, necessary changes
The purpose of this study is to improve children՛s media literacy skills and their development environment by proposing necessary changes in preschool education. The target group of the study is 4-5 years old children’s needs and programs intended for them. Authors are: Lusine Grigoryan Vigen Shirvanyan The study was conducted within the program of “ActingMay 3, 2021
Last month PJC announced a challenge #IamMediaLiterate which is about media literacy. Young people from different parts of Armenia participated in this challenge presenting their recipe of media material fоr public awareness, where they present principles of credibility of the media field in their dialect. The results of challenge were summarized. We have two winnersApril 26, 2021
April 23, 2021
The Public Journalism Club announces a competition for journalistic projects within the framework of the “Trajectories” program implemented with the support of International Alert. The aim of the competition is to reveal the problems caused by the war, to cover human stories and life after the war. Journalistic projects should have a thematic focus: howSeptember 29, 2021
Observations on the Report on Humanitarian Consequences of the 44-day War between Armenia and Azerbaijan by Paul Gavan, Rapporteur, Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons
On September 13, 2021 PACE published draft report on humanitarian consequences of the 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan prepared by Paul Gavan, Rapporteur on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons. Despite some important statements, the report, nevertheless, does not reflect the reality in several areas and puts fallacious equality between Armenia and Azerbaijan, when thereSeptember 28, 2021
The incident that took place in the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia on August 24, 2021 with the involvement of the officers of the General Department of State Protection was accompanied by the removal of the journalists from the lodge of the parliament session hall by the officers of the National Security Service.August 26, 2021