An awards ceremony has been held for the ‘Social Innovation to Restart Human Rights’ contest, organised as part of the EU-funded project on accountable Institutions and human rights protection in Armenia.
The contest aimed to raise awareness about human rights through innovative ideas, solving problems in the field. Out of 38 applications, six teams were selected and went through the mentoring stage with specialists in the fields of human rights, marketing and communication.
All participants received certificates. The winners also received the following awards:
● 1st place: Safe Childhood – 1,000,000 AMD;
● 2nd place: Kanani Podcast – 650,000 AMD;
● 3rd place: Diana Apcar AR Visualization – 300,000 AMD.
The contest was organised within the framework of the EU-funded ‘Accountable Institutions and Human Rights Protection in Armenia’ project, implemented by UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, and OSCE.
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