Social Rights

With her 4-year-old sick child Seyran, Irina Aslanyan is homeless for the past two years. After applying to various charities, she has been living in a semi-dilapidated house in a village in Armavir province since June where no basic living conditions...
At today's session of the Government of Armenia it was decided to repeal Resolution 1818-A of the Government of the Republic of Armenia dated August 8, 2019 on "Agreeing to Grant Community Property Land Ownership with Free Property Rights". This decision...
The issue of protection of women's rights, from the prevention of violence against women and domestic violence to the under-representation of women in public decision-making process, remains a problem in Armenia. According to assessments of international organizations...
“Just the idea of ​​grouping and separating people is already discriminating against the individual. My children need to live full life in a society that also belongs to us.” Armine Avagyan, 44, who has two daughters with disabilities...
At the August 8, 2019 sitting of the Government, chaired by Acting Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan, a decision was made to allocate gratuitous space to the Armenian Caritas NGO in Shahumyan and Taper communities of Ararat region. It is planned to...
An Armenian customs officer resigned on Wednesday following what human rights activists described as an illegal sacking order issued by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian. One of the activists, Zhanna Aleksanian also accused Pashinian of...
"What is happening to my child, how can it be that there is no cure?" Mariam Manukyan, 30, has been fighting for health of her son, 7-year-old Zhora, for several years now. The child...
Getting to the “paradise” of freedom fighters is not easy. At the end of the Muratsan street, there is a bakery with an old, Soviet-era signboard. The thin baker of the bakery guides you to the iron gates. Beyond...