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13.01.2023 STATEMENT

From December 22, 2022 to January 6, 2023, the draft on making amendments and supplements to the RA Law “On the Legal Regime of Martial Law” was submitted for discussion by the RA Ministry of Justice on, the unified website for publication of legal acts’ drafts. According to the proposed changes, in case of declaration of martial law, points 13-15 of the revised Article 8 of the mentioned law envisage: restriction of freedom to express an opinion,...

10.01.2023 Declaration of Beneficial owners: discusses the business community

Today, representatives of more than 5 dozen business organizations participated in the discussion initiated by the Freedom of information center of Armenia on the topic of declaration of beneficial owners.

28.12.2022 STATEMENT

The December 12, 2022 closure by Azerbaijan of the Lachin Corridor, the only road connecting Armenia to Artsakh, has not only created a major humanitarian crisis for 120 thousand Artsakh residents, but has also made it impossible for Armenian media representatives to work in that hot zone ever since. The latter are deprived of the opportunity to move freely, see the situation in the thick of things and cover the problem. In particular, the camera crews of “Azatutyun” radio...

06.12.2022 Media Freedom Literacy Roundtable

Media freedom literacy encompasses the skills and knowledge necessary to protect and promote media freedom, understand the ethical and legal implications of the media in today’s digital information ecosystem and communicate effectively, including by creating content.

01.11.2022 Armenia's path to beneficial ownership transparency and data use

Workshop gathers civil society groups and journalists to strengthen public oversight of extractive companies

21.10.2022 Workshop for CSOs and journalists Beneficial ownership (BO) disclosure for investigative reporting and data-driven advocacy in Armenia

On October 21, the two-day workshop "Using Beneficial Ownership Data in Armenia" was launched, which gathered around twenty journalists and representatives of CSOs to learn how to use BO data.

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