Armenia’s Human Rights Activists Join Forces to Launch Human Rights House

danielyan11This year marks the launch of Human Rights House Yerevan, which unites 11 NGOs in Armenia working in the area of human rights protection. A Memorandum of Agreement was signed by the member organizations on Jan. 24 at the Public Information and Need of Knowledge NGO (PINK Armenia) office in Yerevan. Their goal is to unite the efforts of member organizations and promote cooperation among not only member NGOs, but also other NGOs in Armenia working to protect human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Human Rights House Yerevan is preparing to open its physical office space in April. Anyone whose rights have been violated can contact Human Rights House Yerevan for information or legal assistance.
Members of Human Rights House Yerevan are as follows:
Asparez Journalists' Club
Democracy Today
Ensuring Equal Rights
Helsinki Association for Human Rights
Helsinki Citizens' Assembly – Vanadzor Office
Public Information and Need of Knowledge (PINK Armenia)
Real World, Real People
Rule of Law
Shahkhatun (Wives of Political Prisoners in Armenia)
Socioscope Social Studies Research and Counselling Center
Women's Resource Center Armenia

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