Peace Dialogue is an Armenian non-governmental organization active in peacebuilding, democracy and human rights. One of the main spheres of its activities is monitoring of human rights violations in the RA Armed Forces, in pursuit of justice and initiation of public debate on current issues in the Armenian Armed Forces, particularly aimed, but not limited …
Dear visitors, here you can find the graphic works made by Marat Gevorgyan. With these works Marat expresses his concerns on issues related to militaristic tendencies in Armenia.
This is a quarterly report on the human rights violations in the Republic of Armenia (RA) military as monitored and reported by the Peace Dialogue NGO, based in Vanadzor, Armenia. The report is a concise version of the comprehensive information that we publish on our site www.safesoldiers.am. The site is updated regularly.
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.
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.
Using art, films, and theatre in peace and human rights activism is not new. Many civil society groups around the world use art as a way to enable people to explore human rights, democracy, and peace, even in countries where free voices are restricted. Thanks to the open ended nature of the language used in …
The current research has been implemented by Peace Dialogue NGO in the framework of the project Safe Soldiers for a Safe Armenia, which is supported by the Dutch organization PAX. The research aims at studying the perceptions of youth on political developments,foreign policy, safety and a number of other issues in Armenia.