Exhibition "Art for life" which is dedicated to 500th anniversary Armenian printing and “Yerevan World Book Capital 2012” was opened today.
During the Soviet times, most of the vocational education and training (VET) colleges
in Armenia had well functioning workshops and laboratories.
The United Nations in Armenia condemns the recent expressions and acts of violence and intolerance towards individuals and groups in Armenia, based on their sexual orientation and gender identity.
On May 20, 2012, candles were lighted at the square on the Northern Avenue of Armenian capital city Yerevan to mark the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial Day and remember the AIDS victims.
The documentary “Three Stories of Galicia” screened in Yerevan took the viewers on a deeply personal journey into the everyday lives of people struggling to fight against the war, hatred and against all the consequences of the conflict between the nations living close.
Fridtjof Nansen crossing Greenland on skis in 1888. Achieving this unprecedented feat made Nansen a national hero. The first in a six-part series celebrating the life of the Father of UNHCR.
Students improved their knowledge of UN values, negotiation and communication skills, as well as how the UN bodies function at the Model UN Conference simulation of a debate at the UN Security Council on Iran’s nuclear programme.
Human rights activists, authorities and representatives of the international community discussed the situation of sexual minorities’ rights in Armenia today.
This year’s International Day of Families highlights the need for work-family balance. The aim is to help workers everywhere provide for their families financially and emotionally, while also contributing to the socio-economic development of their societies.
Joint message of Dr. BabatundeOsotomehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund, and Agneta S. Bridges, Secretary General, ICM, International Confederation of Midwives.
On April 30, the National Statistical Service and the Ministry of Health of Armenia presented the main findings of the 2010 Armenia Demographic and Health Survey (ADHS).
More than 100 young people learned more about tolerance and homophobia and increased their knowledge about the rights of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender)people.
UN staff, government officials, civil society, and international community representatives participated at an opening ceremony of an art exhibition dedicated to International Mother Earth Day which opened today in the UN House.
A new feature-length documentary film - the first to include footage filmed in every country on earth captured all on the same day, and created with the help of the United Nations and an international community of filmmakers - was screened on Earth Day, 22 April 2012, in “Envoy” Hostel in Yerevan.
Dafina Gercheva, UN Resident Coordinator/UNDP Resident Representative in Armenia, and Dr. Jatinder Cheema, USAID/Armenia Mission Director, visited the town of Ararat on April 20 to tour the waste collecting and recycling activities.