Reflection of the needs of both sexes in Vanadzor sport schools budgeting processJanuary 23, 2017
|Project title:||Reflection of the needs of both sexes in Vanadzor sport schools budgeting process|
|Implementation date:||April-September 2016|
|Grant amount:||3000 USD|
|Funding organization:||National Democratic Institute|
|Goal:||Assess the physical education needs of various population groups and particularly of representatives of the both sexes to find out how well the sport schools budgeting policy meets those needs.|
|Result||To conduct needs assessment, 65 students of the community subordinate sports schools, 118 children not attending any sports schools, 120 parents of such children and administration and coaches of the sports institutions were interviewed. To assess the services provided by the community, the papers below were examined: Vanadzor’s Strategic Development Program for 2012-2022, Vanadzor’s Four-Year Development Plan 2013-2016, the community council’s decisions on the sport sector, community budgets for 2015 and 2016 and budgets for 2015 of 10 sports institutions subordinate to the community. Proposals to provide representatives of the both sexes with equal opportunities to attend sports schools were developed for the Municipality of Vanadzor, sports schools administration and the Standing Committee on Gender Issues under Lori Regional Government Office (marzpeteran).|
The child who quit attending Vanadzor School No 22 due to the mistreatment by the teacher has been transferred to another school after alerting HCA VanadzorNovember 16, 2017
After alerting HCA Vanadzor, on November 2, 2017 the matter was discussed first at the Department for the Protection of Family and Children’s and Women’s Rights of Lori Regional Administration and then at the Administration of Education, Culture and Sport.
HCA Vanadzor is inviting you to write letters of appeal in support of the writers imprisoned for their political viewsNovember 16, 2017
Helsinki Citizen’s Assembly Vanadzor invites everyone interested to stop by at the office at 5.00 pm from November 16 to December 1, to write letters in support of the chosen authors and journalists of this year’s International Day of the Imprisoned Writer.
Last night an emergency call was received, indicating that member of the political union New Armenia Gevorg Safaryan, who was convicted for his political views, was subjected to beating by the other convicts in his cell at Nubarashen Penitentiary Institution.
The cardiologist of the Drafting Commission neglected the diseases of the conscript, which resulted in the latter’s deathNovember 13, 2017
In accordance with the conclusion of the conducted examinations, cardiologist Seda Tadevosyan was able to foresee that not treating the disease would lead to negative outcomes, including death.
The Police have refused to replace the lost driving license on the pretext of the owner being under investigation by The RA Compulsory Enforcement Service. The issue has been resolved with the support of HCA VanadzorNovember 10, 2017
On November 4, 2016 Seyran Babayan applied to Vanadzor Records and Examinations Subdivision of the RA Traffic Police with the purpose of receiving a replacement driving license. However, he was denied.
The participant in the Four-day War in April has applied to the Court on the matter of making a record of his participation in the military actions in his military IDNovember 9, 2017
Several months ago a number of participants in the Four-day War in April raised the alarm about the fact that there had been no corresponding records in their military IDs indicating that they had participated in the military actions and in some cases the existing records had been erased or made invalid with a pen of a different color.
The video submitted by the Respondent is to be examined at the upcoming hearing of the case of the Mashtots Avenue demonstratorNovember 9, 2017
On November 8, 2017, the hearing of Geghetsik Tonoyan, the Mashtots Avenue demonstrator, started at the RA Administrative Court.
HCA Vanadzor has joined the information campaign organized within the framework of the International Day against Fascism and AntisemitismNovember 9, 2017
On the initiative of UNITED, the European Network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants, refugees and minorities, since 1992 November 9th has been marked as the International Day against Fascism and Antisemitism.
This year’s International Day against Fascism and Antisemitsm is once more taking place on November 9th, commemorating the “Kristallnacht” pogrom of 1938, which marked the beginning of the world’s largest genocide, later known as the Holocaust. It was on November 9th, 1938 that the fascist Nazi Party initiated the systematic eradication of Jewish people by destroying their homes and belongings as well as setting synagogues on fire, injuring and killing many Jews in the process.