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Court protects NGO's honor: Grant-sucker is not a synonym for an NGO


Criminal-JusticeOn December 7, 2012 S. Hovsepyan, general court judge of administrative districts Arabkir and Qanaqer-Zeytun in Yerevan, announced the decision of the case: Women's Resource Center NGO vs. Zaruhi Publishing House Ltd. The court resolved to demand that the Limited Liability Company of Zaruhi Publishing House and Ruslan Tatoyan publicly apologize for using the terms "grant-sucker" and "destroyer of families" as a means of offending the Women's Resource Center NGO. The publishing house would satisfy this demand by placing a public apology on the website www.zaruhi.com

The court also decided to fine 50,000 drams from the respondents as compensation for the Women's Resource Center.

You can familiarize yourself with the court case and decision here


"Know your rights" booklet ceremony and film-screening of "Cairo 678"


305994 10152287870605012 493409479 nOn December 10th, which is International Human Rights Day, the Women's Resource Center held a book release event for the booklet, which bears the title "Know your rights" and a film-screening of "Cairo 678" at The Club.The latter served as the concluding event for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence campaign, which was organized and implemented by the Women's Resource Center.

A number of NGO representatives, activists, journalists and interested individuals attended the event.


Women's Image in Advertising: Research Results of Armenian advertising presented at the Women's Resource Center


IMG 2346On December 8th, a presentation of research results regarding women's image in advertising within Armenia took place at the Women's Resource Center. This event was implemented as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence in Armenia.

A number of WRC volunteers, staff, activists and members of the press were present during the event.