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|Implementation of the project Further support for reforms in Armenia with Visegrad Four's know-how, supported by the International Visegrad Fund and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, is currently under way. The project materials will soon be available.|
|The project Snap parliamentary elections 2021: Analysis of the parties' programmes and rhetoric was implemented between June and September 2021. CPS staff and partner researchers analysed the programmes and rhetoric of the political parties and alliances which took part in the snap parliamentary elections on 20 June. A book with the same title was published as the project outcome (in Armenian). VIEW|
|The project Disinformation analysis and development of analytical skills was implemented between October 2020 and April 2021. This analysis covered disinformation campaigns related to the pandemic and the post-war situation, and the general situation regarding disinformation and anti-democratic narratives in Armenia.
The project also included series of trainings for young researchers and students, covering topics such as research design and methodology, media literacy, effective communication, and ways of dealing with hate speech. The project library is mainly in Armenian, with a few related articles in English.
|The project Advancing reforms in Armenia with Visegrad Four’s know-how was implemented between July 2020 and June 2021, in cooperation with Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak partners. The project focused on topics set among reform priorities by the Armenian government and the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement, and included webinars with policy experts from Visegrad Four countries, expert discussions and publication of policy papers by CPS staff and affiliated experts. VIEW|
|The purpose of the project Protecting democratic values by tackling pandemic-related disinformation, implemented between July 2020 and January 2021 in cooperation with Latvian and Romanian partners, with participation of other foreign experts, was to monitor and analyse disinformation and media manipulations related to the coronavirus pandemic, and possible use of pandemic-related fake news and propaganda in order to influence or destabilise the situation in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly in Eastern Partnership countries. VIEW|
|The purpose of the project Armenia in Europe, launched after the establishment of the CPS in the autumn 2019, was to explore the opportunities for developing cooperation with the European Union, particularly the opportunities created by implementation of the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement, for the advancement of governance and sectoral reforms.
Roundtable discussions The current stage of EU-Armenia relations and anticipated developments and Thirty years since the system change in Europe: lessons learnt, and contemporary challenges and opportunities were organised in October and November 2019. Further events were cancelled because of the pandemic. However, the EaP Monthly Bulletin was published in English for several months afterwards, from March 2020 till January 2021. It is available in our online library: 2020 and 2021.
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