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We are glad to announce that two new projects are about to commence.
As a follow-up to the last year's project Building societal resilience in Armenia by development of strategic communication skills, it is now planned to organise three strategic communication courses (in Yerevan, Gyumri and Kapan) for public servants. We are happy to continue our cooperation with House of Europe and the Lithuanian Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme.
Also as a follow-up to the last year's project Advancing media literacy and democratic resilience, we plan to organise a series of media literacy trainings in the regions of Armenia, targeting local NGOs, teachers, students, and refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh. Additionally, about 15-17 participants will visit Germany for advanced training and discussions with NGOs and researchers. We are happy to continue our cooperation with CRISP - Crisis Simulation for Peace and the German Federal Foreign Office.


27-28 June 2024 CPS president Armen Grigoryan participated in the panel discussion 'Finding niche for small states: strategies for punching above their weight in global politics' at the 'Strategic confusion on the great power chessboard' conference organised in Tbilisi by Civic IDEA. Video to follow soon.


17 June CPS president Armen Grigoryan's interview with Noyan Tapan (in Armenian).


1 June CPS president Armen Grigoryan's interview with 1in.am: 'Moscow plans to provoke clashes' (in Armenian).


16-18.5.2024 CPS president Armen Grigoryan participated in the Lviv Media Forum.


14 May Memorandum of Understanding on Academic and Educational cooperation between CPS and Caucasus International University (Tbilisi) has been signed.


The policy design and evaluation course within the framework of the project Developing public servants’ skills: policy design and evaluation supported by the International Visegrad Fund and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea took place on 8-12 April.
On 10 April, the course participants and partner experts met the ambassador of the Czech Republic Petr Pirunčík, the ambassador of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Hacek, and the head of the political-economic section of the embassy of the Republic of Poland Marcin Różycki. The needs of the participants’ institutions and the possibilities to expand international expert cooperation and professional training activities were discussed.


4 April CPS president Armen Grigoryan's brief on foreign and economic policy diversification as a priority for Armenia has been included in the European Institute of Romania working paper No. 51, From synergy to strategy in the Black Sea region. Assessing opportunities and challenges.


4 April CPS president Armen Grigoryan spoke about hybrid threats at the parliamentary hearings about the perspectives and challenges of Armenia's European integration (in Armenian).


26 March CPS president Armen Grigoryan's interview with 1in.am: 'Some politicians have been trying to spread panic in the border regions' (in Armenian).


21 March During a visit to Yeghegnadzor, CPS president Armen Grigoryan and partner experts met the head of the European Union Mission in Armenia Markus Ritter and other mission members, having an insightful discussion on issues of mutual interest.

SUGGESTED VIDEO

The role of social media in dissemination of disinformation: discussion with participation of CPS staff and partner experts, 11 December 2023.

SUGGESTED READING

Caucasus Analytical Digest No. 130, including the article Black Sea geopolitics after the Russia–Ukraine war: The view from Armenia by CPS vice president Armen Grigoryan.

CPS vice president Armen Grigoryan's article in New Eastern Europe: Armenia’s unique experience with COVID-19.

Disinformation Resilience Index in Central and Eastern Europe in 2021.

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