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54 Students from Dilijan, Nor Hachn and Chambarak Start their English Classes | access am | 13 Sep 2012



In the towns of Dilijan, Nor Hachn and Chambarak, the three ACCESS Armenia sites, 54 students from socially vulnerable families are selected and ready to participate in the program.



The recruitment was conducted through 2 stages: review of submitted application forms and assessment of interviews. The applicant’s level of social need was also taken into consideration. Out of 86 students who had applied to the program, 18 students are selected in each site.



The students have already taken an English Language Competency diagnostic test which they will retry at the end of the 2-year intensive after-school English instruction to measure their language acquisition progress and success.
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Armavir Police Department Opens Doors for Juveniles | zang | 1 Aug 2012


The ZANG Program continues to successfully establish links with new organizations and cooperate with them. One of the recent events was a good proof of collaboration between the ZANG Program, the Cross of Armenian Unity (CAU), an NGO hosting the Community Justice Center in Echmiadzin of Armavir region and the Alumni Council of Armenia of CABIR (Capacity Building in International Relations), an initiative sponsored by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and implemented by the Executive Education Department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
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ONLY 10 DAYS LEFT! Apply to Find Your Mentor & Walk with us the Path of Leadership! | youth lab armenia | 1 Aug 2012



A team of 15 alumni from the 2011 YouthLAB program, funded by the U.S. government and implemented by Project Harmony – International, has just launched an exciting mentoring program for their young peers across Armenia. The newly launched “PLAY – Promoting Leadership among Armenian Youth” Mentoring program , funded through a grant from U.S. Department of State, Alumni Engagement and Innovation Fund (AEIF), will be implemented throughout August 2012-March 2013.

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Armenian CJCs on Professional Development Visit in Georgia | zang | 18 Jun 2012


The close and intensive cooperation between Georgian Legal Socialization Program (GLSP) and ZANG Armenian Legal Socialization Program (ALSP) strengthens and continues on daily bases.


Throughout June 6-8, 2012 a team of Armenian specialists from ZANG Armenian Legal Socialization Program, including the program staff and 1 representative from 10 CJCs (Community Justice Center) currently functioning in Armenia visited their counterparts working within the Legal Socialization Program in Georgia. The cross-country program aimed at introducing the Armenian group with the Diversion and Mediation state program implemented in Georgia for juvenile offenders. The program included meetings with different professionals from Georgia who were all ready and eager to share their experiences, methods and mechanisms employed, the successes and lessons learnt.

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Community Justice Center will be established in “Cross of Armenian Unity” NGO | zang | 1 Jun 2012

On May 17, 2012, the PH International within the ZANG Armenia Legal Socialization Program (ALSP) partnering with RA Police and UNICEF initiated the opening of the 10th Community Justice Center in Ejmiatsin. More details are available in the website of the Cross of Armenian Unity, the NGO, hosting the CJC.

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ZANG and UNICEF Join for One-Minute Videos by Armenian Juveniles in Conflict with the Law | zang | 17 Apr 2012


The cooperation of ZANG program and UNICEF often brings exceptional and unexpected results. This time these two partners joint their efforts for making possible another unique project – creation of one-minute videos by juveniles.



During April 9-13 period sixteen teenagers from seven regions of Armenia have come together in Yerevan for one-week-workshop as part of the OneMinutesJr . This training is a part of wider project to end torture and ill treatment of children, supported by the European Union in partnership with UNICEF. The aim of the project was to write, film and produce movies that tell about the experiences the juveniles had while conflicting with the law. Though the assignment seemed simple, still it required not only creative approach and original ideas, but also accuracy and an ability to present everything in one minute only.


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ZANG and UNICEF Join for One-Minute Videos by Armenian Juveniles in Conflict with the Law | cjc support-unicef/zang | 16 Apr 2012


The cooperation of ZANG program and UNICEF often brings exceptional and unexpected results. This time these two partners joint their efforts for making possible another unique project – creation of one-minute videos by juveniles.


During April 9-13 period sixteen teenagers from seven regions of Armenia have come together in Yerevan for one-week-workshop as part of the OneMinutesJr . This training is a part of wider project to end torture and ill treatment of children, supported by the European Union in partnership with UNICEF. The aim of the project was to write, film and produce movies that tell about the experiences the juveniles had while conflicting with the law. Though the assignment seemed simple, still it required not only creative approach and original ideas, but also accuracy and an ability to present everything in one minute only.

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Cultural-Educational Event for 25 Armenian Youth in Conflict with the Law | zang | 14 Mar 2012


On March 6, 2012, the ZANG Armenia Legal Socialization Program (ALSP), funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), and implemented by Project Harmony International (PHI), partnering with the Alternative Sanctions and Probation Division of the Criminal-Executive Department (RA Ministry of Justice), organized a cultural-educational event for 25 Armenian youth in conflict with the law who are currently under the supervision of the above-mentioned Division.
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PH Armenia Alumni Participants of Speed Networking Event in U.S. Embassy of Armenia | youth lab armenia | 25 Jan 2012


On Jan. 24, 2012 the U.S. Embassy in Armenia hosted a speed-networking event during which about forty English-speaking USG program alumni, including 8 of PH programs alumni, met the Ambassador, his wife, some USAID and Embassy officers, and a few of the Embassy’s non-alumni business and government contacts.



The alumni represented the full spectrum of exchange programs, from recent high school graduates to government officials. All guests and Embassy participants engaged in an organized mixer in which the alumni rotated from table to table and in groups of eight the participants discussed their experiences, ideas and suggestions on specific questions delivered by the facilitator for each 9-minute session.
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ZANG Staff in Kyrgyz Experts' Traning on Monitoring Child Rights in Armenia's Special Schools | zang | 18 Jan 2012

Throughout Nov. 01-04 2011, ZANG Program staff Hripsime Amirkhanyan, who is also an active member of the RA Public Monitoring Group over Special Schools, formed by the RA Ministry of Education and Science, participated in a unique training conducted by the Youth Human Rights Group representatives operating in Kyrgyzstan.
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