The Media Center's official website is already available
14:00 offers new forms of cooperation to all the interested parties.

It is now possible to propose an event online by choosing preferred day and hour. The user-friendly calendar displays the upcoming events as well as the days still unreserved.  The Media Center will consider the application and respond within a couple of days.

Press conferences, debates and panel discussions organized by the Media Center are now covered at by video and photo materials, infographics and press releases.

The Media Center subscribers will get all the updates about the upcoming and past events sent to their emails in a newsletter form. Moreover, the Center offers free membership which suggests a number of privileges such as priority in event organization, usage of the Center's resources, free transportation to regional events etc.

Media Center is a free platform aimed at bridging civil society, local and international organizations, political structures and media in Armenia.

The Media Center was launched in February 2013. 158 panel discussions and press conferences and 7 TV debates have been organized since then involving in total 1174 participants. The events have been covered in 969 online and printed media reports and 259 TV reports.  

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2017-2018 state procurement system monitoring results
Artak Manukyan, President of National Center of Public Policy Research NGO presented the results of 2017-2018 state procurement system monitoring on June 15 at Media Center.
Improvements Aimed at Equal Opportunities, Prevailing Obstacles and Challenges
Many are the expectations from the new government concerning solving the problems and defending the rights of people with disabilities. This note was struck at June 6 press conference at Media Center by Suren Maghakyan, President of “Full Life” NGO, Coordinator at “National Platform on the issues of people with disabilities.”
«Women in the New Government and Political Processes»
According to a Facebook survey conducted by Public Journalism Club NGO 47% of participants finds the engagement of women in the new government as insufficient and 53% as sufficient or more than sufficient.
“Velvet Talks” with the Figures of Revolution: Zara Batoyan
On June 1 Media Center hosted Zara Batoyan, active figure of velvet revolution, member of “My Step” initiative and member of Yerevan municipal council Yelq faction.
“Changes to be made in culture. Proposals addressed to the government”
Failure of law in all dimensions of culture, the passive role of Ministry of Culture were in spotlight of May 29 discussion among other issues at Media Center.
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