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18.05.2011 Presentation of the Website of the Ministry of Territorial Administration of Armenia

The Republic of Armenia Ministry of Territorial Administration’s new website (www.mta.gov.am) was presented on May 18. First Deputy Minister of the Territorial Administration Vache Terteryan underlined how the new website ensures public access to information about the Ministry and regional administrations, including information on community budgets. The website features a new design and a larger amount of publically accessible information. USAID Armenia Acting Director John...

18.05.2011 The Power of “Black List” and “Rusty Lock”

On 13 May, 2011, three days after president of Freedom of Information Center of Armenia Shushan Doydoyan had published the “Black List” of the officials who had violated the Access to Information Right, by his own initiative the Mayor of Stepanavan dismissed the community aldermen’s decision (number 19- Ն), according to which for one page of information the City Hall charged AMD500.

21.03.2011 "You are Informed" TV Program is again on the Air

Watch "You're Informed" TV Program of FOICA every Tuesday, on Yerkir Media TV Channel, at 7:15 p.m. The program to be aired on March 22th is devoted to the issue of access to judicial information.

14.03.2011 The trainings of civil servants started

Since March 14, 2011 the civil servants has been resumed at the Freedom of Information non-formal Educational Center. Each training course lasts 3 days. Upon graduation the participant officials will be given state certificates.

13.03.2011 FOICA's Annual Report 2010

The FOICA's 2010 Online Annual Report is launched! Projects, activities, trainings, publications and financial report for 2010...

Dr. Shushan Doydoyan, President of the FOICA

11.03.2011 IRC Alumni Roundtable on Civil Society

The U.S. Embassy Information Resource Center held its monthly Alumni Roundtable Program on the topic "Civil Society: Present and Future Perspectives" in February 25, 2011. Participants included 38 future politicians, journalists and lawyers.

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