World Cancer Day 2021 is observed to spread awareness, inspire change and reduce the global impact of cancer. The day is celebrated on 4th February every year and this year marks the ultimate year of the ‘I Am and I Will’ campaign which began in 2019. The aim to observe World Cancer Day is toContinue reading “World Cancer Day 2021 – Armenia”
Armenia’s National Assembly, by a vote of 85-18, passed on Tuesday 19th of January 2021 a package of bills allowing for the creation of an anti-corruption court that will specialize in criminal and civil cases regarding the protection of state property and non-property interests.
The Covid-19 pandemic is closing borders and disrupting supply chains, but it can’t stop our long-term movement toward a more interconnected world; it will strengthen the patriotism and reinforce nationalism. Governments of all types will adopt emergency measures to manage the crisis, and starting today they will think about the recovery stags in our levels.
March 8 – International women’s day: a day to commemorate, not to congratulate! While many countries celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8, Armenia kicked off a whole month dedicate to honoring women. It continues through April 7 – the Day of Motherhood and Beauty. Throughout the month, family members, friends and partners shower womenContinue reading “Women’s empowerment in Armenia: Time to do more and better!”