Current Projects

Integrity of Justice Reforms

Title: “Integrity of Justice Reforms”

Donor OSF-Armenia

Duration: 2021 December -2022 November

Grant Amount: $88,693

The purpose of the project is to increase public awareness of the institutional reforms in the justice sector that are currently being implemented in Armenia. It also encompasses activities that are aimed at improving the communication capabilities of civil society regarding the mentioned issues. In this regard, the Public Journalism Club will organize public awareness campaigns and hold discussions on issues related to the reforms in the justice system. It will also organize training sessions for increasing the communication capacities of civil society and will make key materials available for further development of skills in the field


Title: “Advancing communication efficiency”

Donor: OSF-Armenia

Grant Amount: $8,060

Purpose:  The project aims to increase the public awareness of the reforms on good governance, justice and human rights, implemented in the scope of the Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA). For this purpose, Public Journalism Club will launch series of video reports and interviews to stimulate discussion about Armenia’s commitments and the implementation of reforms, among the civil society, the government and public at large. The activities conducted by the team will apply unbiased, non-partisan and impartial approach, and will produce and deliver products responding to the principles of high level of integrity.

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