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04.07.2022 The opening of street art entitled "You have the right to know" took place

Participating journalists personally took part in the fascinating and symbolic initiative, leaving their fingerprints on the wall bordered with the shades of the OGP program, as a sign of the importance and participation of journalists in ensuring freedom of information.

04.07.2022 Young people reminded about the right to know with colorful paints

Information is power, and everyone has the right to information to exercise all their other rights. On July 2, a group of students stamped a reminder of the right to information with colorful paints on one of the pillars of the newly built bridge in Yerevan on Gevorg Chaushi Street. The street art entitled "You have the right to know" was organized with the support of the EU and by the Center for Freedom of Information within the framework of the Open Government Partnership (OGP).

28.06.2022 Strategic victory in the field of proactive transparency

The Court of Appeal fully upheld the Freedom of Information Center's lawsuit against 7 municipalities (regional centers), obliging them to publish on their official websites all 13 groups of information subject to mandatory publication defined by the RA Law on Freedom of Information.

22.06.2022 The winners of the OGP journalism contest are known

On May 14, the results of the contest of journalistic materials related to Open Government Partnership initiative were summed up. The evaluation committee selected the authors of the best three from the 20 submitted materials.

13.06.2022 The FOICA wins the lawsuit against Yerevan Municipality for access to information

On June 9, 2022, the RA Administrative Court upheld the Freedom of Information Center's lawsuit against the Yerevan Municipality for violating the right to freedom of information.

02.06.2022 The model of the RA National Strategy for Combating Disinformation was presented in Brussels

The workshop was attended by representatives of authoritative international media, media experts, civil society leaders, who made reports on the exchange of experience and the best results. Our partner of the Public Journalism Club, Seda Muradyan, also participated in this series of workshops, who comprehensively presented a number of issues aimed at strengthening media literacy.

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