On 26 April, the EU-funded “Promoting the Integration of Syrian Armenians” project officially ended. A presentation on the project’s achievements, which began in April 2015, was also held. The aim of the project was to promote the integration of Syrian Armenians into economic activities and children...27 April
The European Union has launched two new calls for project proposals on its ongoing grants programmes. The total amount available under these new calls is €4.4 million.18 April
On 7 April the EU Delegation to Armenia invited everyone to a cultural evening to celebrate Motherhood and Beauty Day within the framework of the global #BeBoldForChange campaign. The evening started with a photo exhibition by the EU-funded projects dedicated to women beneficiaries. Guests had a cha...12 April
On 24 March, the EU Delegation to Armenia and the Italian Embassy in Armenia organised the "Ever Closer Union" photo exhibition to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties. The exhibition was open to the public from 25 to 27 March at the Armenian Artists Union.4 April
The 60th Anniversary of the Rome Treaties
On 24 March, the EU Delegation to Armenia and the Italian Embassy in Armenia organised the "Ever Closer Union" photo exhibition to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties. The exhibition was open to the public from 25 to 27 March at the Armenian Artists Union.
Women in Business
On 7 March the “Women in Business” programme (WiB) was launched in Armenia to promote women’s entrepreneurship and support small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) led by women. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the European Union, the Early Transition Countries Fund and...
EU Grant for Culture and Creative Sectors in Shirak region
On 17 February, the EU Ambassador to Armenia, Piotr Świtalski, made a one-day working visit to Gyumri, Shirak region. The day began with official meetings with Hovsep Simonyan, the Governor of Shirak region, and Samvel Balasanyan, the Mayor of Gyumri.
Campaign against gender-based violence
On 25 November the world stood together against gender-based violence (GBV) by launching the '16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence' international campaign. This is an annual event which invites individuals and organisations to hold events aiming to draw public attention to this issue.