Annual Reports

Annual Report 2015-2016
Peace Dialogue: Annual Report | 2015 – 2016
November 08, 2016

Dear beneficiaries, donors, supporters and followers of Peace Dialogue Non-Governmental organization, we are pleased to introduce our Biannual Report for 2015-2016.

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Peace Dialogue: Annual Report | 2015 – 2016

November 08, 2016
Annual Report 2015-2016

Dear beneficiaries, donors, supporters and followers of Peace Dialogue Non-Governmental organization, we are pleased to introduce our Biannual Report for 2015-2016.

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Graphic Works from the ARENA Summer School

July 31, 2016
Dana Kaveli (Ukraine), “I will find my dad”. (pdf, Russian)

Dear visitors, here you can find the graphic stories made during the ARENA Summer School for Peace and Art. Under the following link you can learn more about the Summer School. (Click here).

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Peace Dialogue: Annual Report 2013-2014

December 25, 2014
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We started with the hope that we could make a difference in the way Armenian society looked at issues around conflict, human rights and the critical thinking needed to run a truly democratic society that embraces the diversity of culture and ideas it holds and do it all in a peaceful way.

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Annual Review 2011-2012

March 17, 2013
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Through civil engagement (the development of civil activism) Peace Dialogue promoted a culture of peace and tried to build a peace movement. In such a culture, everyone would understand their role and responsibility in the community and in peace acquisition and maintenance in the country and the region.

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Annual review 2010

February 12, 2010
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Dear readers, we are happy to present to you a review of the second year of activities of Peace Dialogue NGO. We are pleased that in the first year of our existence we have had many achievements in Peace Activism. Peace Dialogue’s staff has tried its best to achieve the strategic aims that were formed so as to have ‘desired impact’. Hopefully, when you read the review you will find that Peace Dialogue’s “theory of changes” concentrates on effects and impacts, rather than only on activities.

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