Launched in November 2003 the "Partnership for Open
Society"
initiative is an open coalition of a number of
interested civil society actors in Armenia. The
Partnership strives towards promotion of democratic
reform process in Armenia.

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Polling

Which is the most corrupt sphere in Armenia?
Healthcare
4
 
13.79%
Education
5
 
17.24%
Jurisdiction
8
 
27.59%
Agriculture
0
 
0%
Social
2
 
6.9%
Environmental
0
 
0%
Other
2
 
6.9%
Total: 29




 

LINKS TO PARTNERS

Yerevan Press Club www.ypc.am
Internews international non-profit organization www.internews.am
Asparez Journalist Club, Gyumri www.asparez.am
Open Society Foundations, Armenia www.osi.am
Investigative Journalists of Armenia www.hetq.am
Human Rights in Armenia www.hra.am
Information Centre for Mass Media www.media.am
iEARN in Armenia www.iearn.childlib.am
Arvest www.arvest.am
GIPI www.gipi.am
  A1plus www.a1plus.am
  Association of Women with University Education www.aawue.am

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22.10.2013 | News
European Integration Index 2013 for EaP Countries

Open Society Foundations-Armenia is pleased to invites to “European Integration Index 2013 for EaP Countries” presentation which will take place on October 22, 11:00-14:00 at “Picasso” hall of Congress Hotel.

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POS statements

24.09.2013 | Statements
About The Acts of Intimidation Towards Armenian Civic Activists

On September 5, 2013 around 22:10-22:20, in the neighborhood of Koghbatsi Street of Yerevan, a few steps away from the RA State Revenue Committee, near his garage Haykak Arshamyan, Project Coordinator of Yerevan Press Club, and Suren Saghatelyan, Board member of Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center, were brutally attacked by 6-7 unknown men. Haykak Arshamyan and Suren Saghatelyan were hospitalized with severe injuries, contusion and fractures. The two civic activists are public figures and carry out their social activities within a legal framework.

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