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"Together for Progress" Civil Society Development NGO is a non-profit, non-political organization aiming to support, inspire and engage people in Armenia and over the world to make a progress

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The main aim of our NGO is to make more progressive Armenia and make Armenian people more tolerant and progressive

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Our NGO has strong partnership with Eruopean NGO's from The United Kindom, Latvia, Estonia, Cyprus, Italy

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  • Training courses and youth exchanges with Erasmus+

  • Civil Society development projects using IT and New Media

  • Local projects in rural areas

  • We send Armenian young people to Europe to learn and discover

  • We promote human rights and active citizenship in Armenia

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

International Training course "Peace from the Grassroots" in Dilijan, Armenia

27 youth workers with tools to empower young people in both EU and Neighbouring Partner Regions.
The youth workers will explore their own understanding of conflict and learn how to establish
interventions based on participation, which can contribute to the transformation of conflicts in which
violence is already taking place.
The UN Security Council approved last December the resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security, to recognize the role of youth in building sustainable peace and to lay out the need for governments and other stakeholders to support young people in this role. This resolution is just one of many example that youth organizations have gained relevance and their responsibility have grown bigger. In this regard, it is crucial for youth organizations to be as effective as possible when running peacebuilding initiatives by establishing cross cutting participatory activities that guarantee and enhance, not only their own, but also other groups and relevant stakeholders participation. Key to this development is to enhance the competences of youth organizations, and thereby the youth workers, to design, plan and implement peacebuilding activities with a special focus on participation. This will help to contribute to the engagement of young people in society building work with focus on sustainability and peace building, which is the very ground on which democracy stands.

Against this background, the training course “Peace from the Grassroots”, aims to provide
Objectives and Content of the Training Course
What are the aims and objectives of this training course? The aim of the Training Course is to empower youngsters to take an active role in transforming conflicts at all levels, from organizational to local and international level, with a special focus on participatory processes and activities. In order to fulfill this aim, the participants will strive towards reaching these objectives:

- To understand the logics of conflicts and the power of conflict transformation at all levels – from personal to intergroup conflicts-;
- To foster a dialogue about different types of conflict (inner conflict, interpersonal, inter-community and interstate) among youngsters;
- To explore, share and learn participatory mechanisms to introduce in the activities and campaigns;

- To share and exchange approaches for youth participation in different contexts;
- To develop projects addressing community conflicts

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Eastern Partnership Youth Forum

Deadline: 12 April 2017
Open to: young people and youth workers
Costs: all costs covered


About 300 participants — including youth leaders, youth workers and youth policy makers actors from both Eastern Partnership (EaP) and 33 European countries involved in the EU Erasmus+ Programme  Erasmus+  — will meet and discuss participation and active citizenship of young people and their involvement in the decision-making process during a two-day event in Warsaw on 22-23 June 2017.
The planned Eastern Partnership Youth Forum will be the third conference dedicated to issues which matter young people, organized in the margins of the Eastern Partnership Summit.
The main objectives of the 3rd EaP Youth Forum are:
  • To deepen the dialogue and advance cooperation on youth matters and education between the EU and EaP countries by sharing expertise and experience as well as providing a space for networking and cooperation in the future, including in local and transnational projects;
  • To identify and discuss common challenges and propose concrete actions, which would help to address those challenges;
  • To feed the 5th Eastern Partnership Summit Declaration to be signed in November 2017 in Brussels/Belgium;
  • To inform the EU youth policy development post 2018, along with national youth policies in the countries involved.


  • Active young people (18-30 y.o) and youth workers (18+) who can contribute to the thematic focus of the Forum;
  • Participants should be able to communicate in English.


There is no participation fee for the Forum. All costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered.
The costs of participants coming from Eastern Partnership Countries will be covered by European Commission.
The cost of participants from the Erasmus+ Programme Countries will be covered by relevant National Agencies (NAs).

How to apply?

If you are interested to take part in the Forum, please learn the details and criteria for participation and  fill in the application form.
Applicants will be notified about the selection results till 28th  of April.
Application deadline is the 12 of April 2017.
For more information please visit the official web page.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Youth exchange in Croatia: Europe's Got Talant

Europe's Got Talent ̋ is an 11 day youth exchange that will take place in Rijeka, Croatia, from 4th to 15th July 2016. It will bring together 36 participants (group leaders included) from 6 different countries: Croatia, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and the UK. 
The project was done in the Synergy method. The idea behind this method is that the personal development is a basis for any other learning. Acknowledging who we are and how we behave is the first step in realizing what we want, what are the values behind our ideas and how to accomplish them.


Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Annual survey 2016 - Armenia (factsheets)

This series of factsheets presents selected findings from the 'EU NEIGHBOURS east' Annual Survey 2016 – ARMENIA (1st wave conducted between April and June 2016). The factsheets focus on three main areas of the survey:
  1. Perceptions of the European Union
  2. Awareness and Effectiveness of EU Financial Support
  3. Sources of Information on the European Union
The full report can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
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Between April and June 2016, annual surveys were carried out across the six Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). The research was conducted within the framework of the EU-funded 'OPEN Neighbourhood - Communicating for a stronger partnership: connecting with citizens across the Eastern Neighbourhood' (EU NEIGHBOURS east) project.
The OPEN Neighbourhood 'EU NEIGHBOURS east’ project aims to increase the understanding of EU support in the Eastern Neighbourhood countries through improved communication. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the improvement of the public perception of the EU, as well as to a better understanding of European policies and their impact through the regional and bilateral EU support and cooperation programmes in Eastern Neighbourhood countries.
The project will develop information and communication materials, carry out awareness-raising and information campaigns, and assess the perception of the EU and its support through opinion polling and media monitoring.
As part of the opinion polling strategy, the purpose of the annual surveys is to investigate the opinion and the level of information that the citizens of the EaP countries have, in general, about the EU and, in particular, about EU-funded cooperation and development programmes/projects. In order to monitor changes over time, the surveys will be carried out annually for the next 3 years.