November 25, 2011
ACNIS Youth School Explores the Issue
of Civic Society in Artsakh
Yerevan—“Formation of Civil Society in Artsakh since 1988: Challenges and Opportunities”—the subject matter covered by today’s session of the Armenian Center for National and International Studies (ACNIS) youth school—was presented by Hayk Khanumyan, Chairman of the “European Movement in Artsakh” NGO.
ACNIS youth school program, as previously announced, has been carrying out free seminar-courses as of September 16 2011. The program with umbrella topic “Establishment of Civil Society and Formation of Constitutional State in Armenia: Key Issues and New Challenges” is made of twelve seminars, and will end on December 9.
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