Since inception, EED has supported over 600 initiatives aimed at promoting democracy in the EU neighbourhood and beyond. This database provides an insight into the work of EED partners over the years. However, due to the sensitive nature of certain initiatives and personal security risks facing some grantees in the restrictive environments where they operate, not all initiatives are listed in the database.
Journalists for Human Rights NGO shed light on violations that occur within military institutions in Armenia by producing investigative articles.Read more
On 21 October 2018, elections of local-self government bodies will take place in Armenia’s south-west regions of Armavir, Aragatsotn and Ararat and in the cities of Armavir and Ejmiatsin.Read more
The Media Initiatives Centre, a recognized organisation for media excellence in Armenia, is receiving short-term bridge funding, to overcome a particularly difficult financial situation and contribute to democracy consolidation in Armenia.Read more
The Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression continues to advance freedom of expression and media in Armenia.Read more
Improve Our Village, a small and young Civil Society Organisation (CSO) from a 3,000 person town, 30 km north of Yerevan, is launching a public campaign for citizen's engagement in local decision making.Read more
"Third Nature" is strengthening Armenian citizens’ oversight of local authorities’ management of urban green areas.Read more
The Women's Development Resource Center, located in the Syunik region of Armenia, is expanding and consolidating its network of resource centers, to increase women’s civic engagement and participation in local politics.
We for Civil Equality, an Armenia advocacy organization, is empowering young people of ethnic, religious, sexual and gender minorities to overcome prejudice, and to nurture a dialogue between them and key institutional actors.Read more
The Advanced Public Research Group (APR) is running a public opinion poll on the constitutional referendum, which may take place as early as December 2015, before it was expected.Read more
During the June-July public protests against electricity hikes, Epress.am’s equipment was seized and damaged by the police.Read more