News & Events

2014 TIP Report

On June 20, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry released the 2014 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report, in which Armenia maintained the highest status of Tier 1.  Last year, Armenia was the only country worldwide to advance to this highest tier.  Thanks to effective on-going efforts of the Armenian government, led by Deputy Prime Minister ...
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Armenia’s International Community to Honour Rights Advocates

The U.S. Embassy, Delegation of the European Union to Armenia, British Embassy, OSCE Office in Yerevan, Council of Europe Office in Yerevan, the United Nations Armenia Office and Counterpart International honoured individuals working to promote human rights, accountable governance, civic activism, local government reform, community service and free speech in Armenia at the Universal Rights ...
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USAID Assists GoA to Develop Unified Tax Code

On June 17, 2014, the USAID-funded Tax Reform Project, in collaboration with the RA Ministry of Finance, organized an international conference on the subject of Tax Code development. The event brought together key Government of Armenia officials, donors, business representatives, academia, independent researchers, and civil society to discuss the preparatory work necessary to introduce a ...
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U.S. Embassy Expands English Access to Remote Areas of Armenia

On June 10, the U. S. Embassy in Armenia, together with Children of Armenia Fund (COAF), launched a new English learning initiative that will expand English learning resources in remote areas of Armenia. The Expanding English Access – Reaching Remote Regions with New Technologies project was initiated and is funded by the U.S. Department of State ...
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Clara Barton Book Available Online

Clara Barton’s children book is now available on line. Clara Barton was a visionary leader and American hero who shaped American history and received international recognition for her hard work. In addition to being an educator and nurse during the U.S. Civil War, she founded the American Red Cross in 1881. The relief efforts of ...
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