7 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 16:01 Third Global Forum Against the Crime of Genocide: Prevention As a Key Factor Dr. Melanie O’Brien is Senior Lecturer in International Law at the University of Western Australia Law School and Dr. Elisa von Joeden-Forgey is the Associate Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Stockton University in New Jersey. They are in Armenia for the Third Global Forum against the crime of Genocide.
They joined CivilNet’s Ani Paitjan to discuss prevention as a key factor to avoid crimes of genocide.
7 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 10:49 Will a New Armenia Make Room for Women in Government? In weeks leading up to Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections, the Women’s Resource Center of Armenia is hosting weekly public meetings called “Women’s Vote,” where they invite parliamentary candidates to have an open discussion. During the meetings, candidates, organizers and attendees discuss party platforms and concerns regarding violence against women, poverty reduction and women’s health issues. 6 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 20:48 Armenia Elections: Candidates Partake in First-Ever Political Debate On December 5, the nine political parties and two alliances participating in Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary elections took part in a political debate on national television. The parliamentary debate was the first in the Republic’s history.
6 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 19:34 Armenia Elections: Parliamentary Debate in Context Eric Hacopian is a political consultant from California with over 25 years of experience in American politics. Eric has run or been a part of campaigns in the Presidential, Congressional, State and Municipal elections. He spoke to Sareen Habeshian about yesterday's parliamentary debate, wiretapping and policies on the Nagorno Karabakh conflict in context. 6 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 11:40 Armenia Elections and Taxes: A Look at Party Platforms Nine parties and two alliances will take part in Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections on December 9. When it comes to taxation policy, most parties support alleviation of the tax burden for small and medium-sized businesses.
6 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 10:00 Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan Wiretapped, Phone Call Leaked A wiretapped conversation between Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, Chief of the National Security Service (NSS) Artur Vanetsyan and the Head of the Special Investigative Service (SIS),Sasun Khachatryan, has been shared on YouTube. 5 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 21:19 Armenia's Elections in Perspective with Eric Hacopian Eric Hacopian is a well-known political consultant from California with over 25 years of experience in American politics. He talks to Sareen Habeshian about Armenia's upcoming parliamentary elections in context. 5 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 18:09 Armenia Elections: What Can Voter Behavior Tell Us? Rafael Oganesyan is the founder of the Armenian Election Study (ArmES) and an instructor at the University of Las Vegas. Rafael is working on the first scholarly-driven analysis of the Armenian voter. ArmES is the only survey that has a record of citizens political behavior prior to the Velvet Revolution. Rafael talks to Sareen Habeshian about voter behavior in Armenia and its role in the upcoming parliamentary elections. 5 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 13:16 Armenian Armed Forces Fighter Aircraft Crashes On December 4, at 10:20 pm, communication was lost between the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia and an Su-25 fighter jet, which was conducting a daily test.
4 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 15:59 The Colors of Charles: Art Beyond Autism | Շառլի գույները Charles just celebrated his 8th birthday. To celebrate the occasion, he invited friends and family to Dalan Art Gallery. Two elements distinguish Charles from other children. He was diagnosed with autism and he is a talented painter.
Discover with us Charles’s colorful paintings.

Շառլը իր ութամյակն է տոնում։ Այդ առթիվ իր ընկերներին ու ընտանիքին հրավիրել է Դալան արվեստի պատկերասրահ։ Շառլը այլ երեխաներից առանձնանում է երկու հատկանիշով՝ նա աուտիզմ ունի և տաղանդավոր նկարիչ է։ Բացահայտեք Շառլի գունավոր նկարները։
4 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 10:59 Domestic Violence Goes Unpunished in Armenia By Sareen Habeshian
In a courthouse in the outskirts of Yerevan, Taguhi Mansuryan, 39, sat before three judges on November 22 and waited for her turn to speak She remained poised and composed as her exhusband, Vladik Martirosyan, went on about how their son does not recognize him, nor he his son Mansuryan’s father, Vachagan Mansuryan, on the other hand, could not keep his composure and continuously chimed in to call his former soninlaw a liar or to raise the question of his grandson’s safety
While the two were still married, Martirosyan would repeatedly beat Mansuryan He even took a knife to her stomach when she was pregnant with their child Mansuryan said she would often call the police to stop the beatings and report the violence but they were often reluctant to take her appeals After the birth of their child, the two became estranged
“But being an Armenian woman, I decided to forgive him and give him yet another chance,” Mansuryan said “For the sake of my son not
4 December, 2018 10:15 Impact of Bolton’s Trip to the South Caucasus: Q/A with Emil Sanamyan In October 2018, US national security adviser John Bolton visited Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia. Many saw the trip as an attempt by the conservative policy-maker to further squeeze Iran with sanctions.