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Discussing human rights

1 December 2011

With the support of the EU Delegation to Armenia a lecture on “Human rights, democracy and the rule of law as fundamental values of the European Union” was organised at the French University on 28 October.
The French University rector, Joelle Le Morzellec, the Head of Operations of the EU Delegation to Armenia, Jean-Christophe Gayrand, and the Human Rights Defender, Karen Andreasyan, made opening speeches.
The Head of the Centre for European Studies and EU expert, Christian Philip, shared his experience in front of the young audience. He presented the instruments created by Europe in order to protect fundamental values, emphasising the role of the Agency for Fundamental Rights established in 2007, which works closely with other institutions and bodies operating at both the national and European level.
The objective of such lectures organised by the EU is to foster human rights protection in Armenia and to promote observation of European standards in relation to democracy issues.

Discussing human rights

With the support of the EU Delegation to Armenia a lecture on “Human rights, democracy and the rule of law as fundamental values of the European Union” was organised at the French University on 28 October. The French University rector, Joelle Le Morzellec, the Head of Operations of the EU Delegation to Armenia, Jean-Christophe Gayrand, and the Human Rights Defender, Karen Andreasyan, made opening speeches. The Head of the Centre for European Studies and EU expert, Christian Philip, shared his experience in front of the young audience. He presented the instruments created by Europe in order to protect fundamental values, emphasising the role of the Agency for Fundamental Rights established in 2007, which works closely with other institutions and bodies operating at both the national and European level. The objective of such lectures organised by the EU is to foster human rights protection in Armenia and to promote observation of European standards in relation to democracy issues.