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ANTI-GENDER CAMPAIGNS, RHETORICS AND OBJECTIVES IN POST-REVOLUTIONARY ARMENIA

The objective of this research is to collect and analyze post-revolutionary rhetoric (including homophobic) related to sexual and gender issues and discursive means available in Armenia, which are being used to target human rights defenders, activists working on women’s and LGBT issues, progressive civil society, aiming at shrinking their space of action, trying to turn […]

THE POSTPROTEST CONTEXT IN ARMENIA: DIVERGENT PATHWAYS FOR CIVIC ACTORS

“The Postprotest Context in Armenia: Divergent Pathways for Civic Actors” article, written by our colleagues Armine Ishkanian and Sona Manusyan, was published in the new  report of  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace titled “After Protest: Pathways beyond Mass Mobilization”. In the chapter they discuss the pathways of civil society development in Armenia since 2018. You can read the […]

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FROM SHRINKING SPACE TO POST-REVOLUTIONARY SPACE: REIMAGINING THE ROLE AND RELATIONS OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN ARMENIA

The research demonstrates how progressive civil society groups became the avant-garde of the Armenian revolution by acting as an inspiration and role model for larger social groups by popularizing various mechanisms and techniques of resistance. While some individuals from these groups became part of the interim government or local self-government bodies shortly after the revolution […]

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