Alisa Jamalyan

Alisa Jamalyan

  • Country of origin: Armenia
  • Occupation: Young professional
  • Current residence: Armenia, Artashat

Alisa is a young scholar at the Democracy Study Center at GPUS and researcher at the Yerevan State University. She holds a Master’s degree from the Centre for European Studies at the Yerevan State University. She has worked at GIZ Armenia, Economic Research and Development Support Centre NGO and other NGOs dealing with minority (national, gender, women and children with disabilities) rights. Currently, she is researching the ‘Early Marriages among National Minorities in Armenia. Socio-Economic Consequences’. She is deeply interested in EU-Armenia relations, human rights, hate speech and discrimination, EU migration policies, democracy-building processes in the EaP countries and national minority issues.

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