The criminal code doesn՛t recognize homophobia as an aggravating circumstance. Report

Human Rights Watch published the World Report 2019 which is addressing human rights issues of the previous year. In the chapter about Armenia, the report hihlighted political changes in the country and addressed Yerevan municipality elections, abuse by law enforcement […]

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Report: Human rights situation of LGBT people, 2017

The Human Rights Situation of LGBT People in Armenia, 2017 report summarizes the cases filed to and documented by PINK Armenia, presents excerpts from interviews with LGBT persons, introduces the court cases filed in 2017 and publications from online and […]

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Foreign embassies in Armenia are celebrating LGBT day

On 17th of May, the Embassy of Argentina in Armenia hosted PINK Armenia’s President Nvard Margaryan and Executive Director Mamikon Hovsepyan on the occasion of International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. They took part in the raising of the […]

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EaP CSF Armenian National Platform finds unacceptable the censorship and discrimination displayed within the framework of “Golden Apricot” film festival

Neglecting the agreement reached in advance, Union of Cinematographers of Armenia refused to provide Malyan Theatre hall owned by them to “Golden Apricot” 14th International Film Festival. This resulted in the withdrawal of the non-competition screening of around 40 films […]

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