The EU-funded ‘STRIVE for a Better Future’ project was launched in Armenia today.
The project aims to increase the sustainability, stability and accountability of Armenian civil society organisations (CSOs), enabling them to play a key role in raising awareness, deepening democracy and serving the electorate in Armenia, particularly the vulnerable.
“In a democratic society, confrontation, debate, and differences of opinion are important, but when it comes to defending vulnerable populations or accompanying reforms, a consensus must be found. And this is the objective of this project: to initiate and support networking, capacity building, volunteering and engagement actions and to facilitate synergies and collaboration building among civil society,” said the EU Ambassador to Armenia Andrea Wiktorin.
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