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20.10.2022 Women in the beneficial ownership transparency reform. An open discussion with women implemented BO reform

On October 19, the Freedom of information center of Armenia (FOICA) organized a panel discussion in the format of "open talk" under the title "Women in the Beneficial Ownership Transparency reform" with the participation of women implementing Beneficial Ownership (BO) reform.

27.09.2022 Armenia’s Media Sector Needs Assessment Report presented at public Event in Yerevan

Armenia’s Media Sector Needs Assessment Report has been presented at the Event in Yerevan on 27 September with the participation of Armenian authorities, members of Parliament as well as representatives of media and civil society.

12.09.2022 Countering disinformation

On September 11, a three-day network event on the topic of combating disinformation and fact-checking was launched, in which 4 dozen CSOs and local governments from different regions of Armenia participated.

27.08.2022 Beneficial ownership data: Workshop for CSOs and journalists

The Opening Extractives (OE) programme, jointly implemented by the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Open Ownership, is organising a two-day workshop together with the Freedom of Information Centre of Armenia (FOICA) for civil society organisations (CSOs) and journalists. The aim for this workshop is to raise awareness on the importance of quality and timely beneficial ownership (BO) data, and to share skills, tools, and methodologies to analyse and use BO data.

07.07.2022 The draft of the national strategy for combating disinformation has been submitted for public discussion

It should also be noted that Armenia is the first among the countries of the Eastern Partnership to develop a strategy to combat disinformation.

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.

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