Global anti-corruption organization, Transparency International (TI) has today released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) and Armenia has cemented itself as among one of the best countries that made a huge effort during 2019; for the first time Armenia recorded a relatively major growth, raising its score from 35 to 42. Armenia is placed 77th (up from 105th last year) among 180 countries in … Continue reading Armenia records major growth and climbs in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index 2019.
One of the major challenges of any city in the world today is the improvement, development and management of its transportation plan. Municipalities should take this issue seriously due to many reason including the population, traffic, climate changes… when they can face shortly a significant problems and high costs. This challenge is faced by Armenia basically in Yerevan but also in other major cities. Government … Continue reading Develop Armenia NGO Supports Bikeathon Armenia Initiative
Mayrig – Paths to Freedom is an interactive story, based on the historical events of the Armenian Genocide. Reports of eyewitnesses were used, but some parts were shortened, changed or added to improve the consistency of the story. The game is ready for (free) download for Android phones on the googleplay store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.MadMushroomGames.Mayrig It is also available for PCs and Laptops here: https://mad-mushroom-games.itch.io/mayrig Information … Continue reading Mayrig Game – Paths to Freedom #ArmenianGenocide
Only Green Spaces Around Opera arounf On March 13, city of Yerevan authorities began dismantling some of the dozens of cafes that have proliferated over the years on former parkland surrounding Yerevan’s central opera house; It is true that the demolition works has annoyed and angered the owners and employees of restaurants and cafes near the Opera Theater, but returning the place to the … Continue reading In World Theater Day, Opera Yerevan Returns Green
An Armenian law that came into force in 2005 banned smoking in hospitals, cultural and educational institutions and public buses. Additional restrictions introduced a year later required other entities—including bars and restaurants—to allow smoking only in special secluded areas. However, with no legal sanctions put in place against violations, those measures proved largely ineffective. On Thursday 2nd August 2017 and as part of a new … Continue reading Interesting Anti Smoking Movement In Armenia
Which country improved the most in the past year? Our Annual “country of the year” award goes not to the most influential nation, nor to the richest, nor to the one with the tastiest food (sorry, Japan). It celebrates progress. Which country has improved the most in the past 12 months? It is a tricky choice. A stellar performance in one year is no guarantee … Continue reading The Economist’s country of the year 2018: ARMENIA
Event: FCEM World Committee 2019 Place: Yerevan, Armenia Date: from 25 April to 27 April 2019 For more info & details keep checking: http://fcem.org/agenda-evenements/ FCEM: One same voice for the women FCEM as an active lobbying and advocacy body is consulted for its views on major issues concerning women business owners and the participation of women in economic activity throughout the world by … Continue reading FCEM – World Committee 2019 in Armenia