To discredit the law on domestic violence it’s being linked to LGBT people

“Foreign emissaries are working with Armenian youth to propagate perversion under the pretext of the law against domestic violence,” says the president of “Pan Armenian Parental Committee” Arman Boshyan. It must be noted, that by saying perversion he means LGBT […]

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Capacity building trainings for LGBT community members

In September 2017, PINK has organized sets of capacity building trainings and working groups for LGBT community members and allies in Armenia. The first training course aimed at raising the capacity of participants on how to develop and implement projects, […]

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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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Censorship in Armenian cinematography: “Golden Apricot” has removed the “Armenians: Internal and External Views” program from the festival

14th Golden Apricot International Film Festival had included two LGBT-themed films in its “Armenians: Internal and External Views” program: “Listen to Me: Untold Stories beyond Hatred” documentary and “Apricot Groves” fiction.  However, the Union of Cinematographers in Armenia, that was […]

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Annual Review: Human Rights Situation of LGBT People in 2016

2016 began with the assault of LGBT activists but the perpetrators were neither identified nor brought to justice. Although tangible positive changes were noticeable throughout the year, no action has been taken at the state level to ensure that LGBT […]

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