Corruption Questions in Armenian Election Study 2017

In March 2017, prior to early April Parliamentary Elections in Armenia, TCPA conducted an Armenian Election Study. The purpose of study was to assess the voter behavior in Armenia. The study aimed at examining public perceptions and attitudes towards political processes in the country, with the overall aim of developing a “portrait” of a post-Soviet … Continue reading

Novel Civic Activism in Armenia Academic Webinar

Based on case studies of four activist campaigns, the webinar reflects on the role of independent civic activism in Armenia, describes civic groups at the forefront, and analyzes organized civic actions and methods used. The webinar addresses the origin and reasons for the campaigns, their challenges and impact so far, lessons learnt as well as prospects for future activism. The webinar is held by … Continue reading

Armenian Civil Society after Twenty Years of Transition: Still Post-Communist? Study

TCPA has completed its study “Armenian Civil Society after Twenty Years of Transition: Still Post-Communist?” funded by the Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN). The study discusses the communist legacy, trust toward the civil society sector, engagement and membership in the civil society organizations, volunteering, changes in the social and political environment of Armenia and more. This is a … Continue reading

Is “Googling” a Technique?

WHAT THE INTERNET CAN TELL US ABOUT THE NON-GOVERNMENTAL SECTOR IN ARMENIA                     Abstract The paper presents and discusses a technique for assessing online visibility of Armenian NGOs. The technique was applied to map the Armenian NGO sector within the framework of a larger study about … Continue reading

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