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CivilNet.TV launch on September 21

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On September 21, Civilitas will launch CivilNet.TV.  Tune in Wednesday morning Yerevan time to see a fresh new take on our country, our region and our world. Mixing experience with enthusiasm, our great team will use all of the Internet's gifts to make sense of what's going on around us.

The following week, on September 27, former US Ambassador to Armenia, Mr. John Evans, will be joined by current German ambassador to Armenia, Mr. Hans-Jochen Schmidtto discuss 20 years of independence for Armenia and the region.

Later in the week, on September 29, Ambassador Evans has agreed to be Civilitas's guest in the next in the series of 100 Questions and Answers, moderated by Aram Abrahamian.

If you’re in Yerevan, please, call to reserve your seats.

 
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Inside Civilitas

A day by day look at the investigation by the National Security Service into Civilitas's financial and administrative work.

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The Civilitas Foundation Library -- a collection of political, historic and philosophical works -- open to all who need it. Do you want to donate a volume?
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LIBRARIES AS CENTERS OF CIVIL SOCIETY
The main objective of the project is to support and strengthen the public libraries in a number of rural and urban communities in Armenia, away from the capital, in order to transform them into true centers of community life providing a number of services to the population.

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With the support of Norwegian and German governments, a few months ago the Civilitas Foundation began to conduct polls throughout Armenia. The results of the polls will be made available to the media and will serve as the topic of public discussions.

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Civilitas Spotlight

 

What can be expected of or for Syria in the immediate future? Can there be justice without peace? Can there be peace without an accounting and without justice? What do Syrians want? What does the international community want?

The guests are

Nicholas Koumjian

International Criminal Law Attorney

Vartan Oskanian

Member of Parliament

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

 

 
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Civil.am - your guide to civil society activity in Armenia - is a project of the Civilitas Foundation. Take a closer look to better understand what is already being done. Identify potential partners and cooperation possibilities. Support existing programs to increase efficiency. Encourage new programs to foster development.
 
Facts for Thought
Number of theater performances (1) and attendance (2) in Armenia
(1) (2)
2008 2,364 409,500
2009 2,443 367,800
2010 2,331 394,800
2011 2,707 458,900
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