ACTIVITIES

Illustration “Nation-Army”, © 2017 Peace Dialogue NGO
“Nation-Army”: a way to resist challenges or a challenge itself?
November 12, 2017

Nevertheless, putting aside the occurrences when the deaths of the killed soldiers were presented as results of the ceasefire violation, 70% of the 1020 cases collected on the website are not connected with the violation of the ceasefire, instead they are the result of unresolved issues, unhealthy atmosphere in the army, and the non-statutory relationships.

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How harmonious are our behavior and our value system?

March 28, 2017
How harmonious are our behavior and our value system?

On February 4, 11, and 18, 2017 workshops were organized for 20 young activists and students aged 17-35 at Peace Dialogue NGO office. The aim of the workshops was to discuss with the participants and raise their understanding of the principles of democracy, to understand how much they see human rights, freedom, diversity and equality, as well as people’s free choice and mutual cooperation as important values that serve the basis for building a democratic society.

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Murders, suicides, and fatal accidents plague the Armenian Military

February 24, 2017
Murders, suicides, and fatal accidents plague the Armenian military

Human rights in the military is an issue of concern to rights groups around the world. In Armenia, reports by local and international organisations and the US Department of State suggest a concerning situation in the the country’s armed forces.

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ARENA: Community Theatre and Public Art. Phase 3

February 12, 2017
ARENA: Community Theatre and Public Art. Phase 3

During the initial phases of the project, the idea of creating sustainable platform/network of civil society actors involved in peacebuilding initiatives in the targeted conflict affected countries remains a priority for the ARENA implementing team.

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ARENA: Exchange Programs for Activists and Artists from Post-soviet Countries

November 06, 2016
ARENA: Exchange Programs for Activists and Artists from Post-soviet Countries

All the participants had the opportunity to apply for a project which would allow them to get closely acquainted with each other, share their own experience among each other, learn about the situation in the local communities, as well as present projects aimed at cooperative learning and strengthen the ties between the activists and independent artists functioning in the spheres of human rights and peace-building in Russian Federation, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Georgia.

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Local Peacebuilders together for Global Peace!

September 15, 2016
© 2016. Eric Vazzoler/Zeitenspiegel.

German Foundation Culture Counts in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office organized the first “Global Peacebuilder Summit” from September 4-9, 2016. 30 peace and human rights activists from around the world gathered in Berlin to discuss the role of civil society in peacebuilding processes. The objective of the “Global Peacebuilder Summit” was to strengthen these key actors in their commitment, to make their work better known to the broad public, and to facilitate the networking between them.

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The Suicides and Murders Statistics in the Armenian Army (Infographics)

August 30, 2016
The Suicides and Murders Statistics in the Armenian Army (2010-2015)

Over a period of six years, from 2010 to 2015 the RA and NK armed forces suffered a total of 206 fatal casualties, of which 48 were results of suicides and 43 results of murders. That number does not include the fatalities that were the result of ceasefire regime violations on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border and the line of contact. In percentage this numbers are equivalent to 23% and 21% of total non-combat casualties during the last 6 years.

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The Fatal Accidents Statistics in the Armenian Army (Infographics)

August 26, 2016
The Fatal Accidents Statistics in the Armed Forces for the period 2010-2016 (Infographics)

67 fatalities out of 206 recorded in the RA and NK armed forces during the period 2010-2015 were fatal accidents. This number does not include the fatalities that were the result of ceasefire regime violations on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border and the line of contact.

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