The New Report of “Human Rights Watch” in Armenia: “Human Rights Violations against Children in Orphanages”
February 22, 11:00

The presentation of Human Rights Watch new report 2016 on “Human rights violations against children in Armenian orphanages and other institutions” was held at Media Center. 

The report referred also to the current obstacles in inclusive education and the problems of children with disabilities. The research was conducted in Armenia for the first time.

Jane Buchanan, Deputy Director, Europe and Central Asia, Human Rights Watch, researcher and author of the report, Giorgi Gogia, South Caucasus Director, Human Rights Watch, researcher for the report, Marie Minasyan, 12-year-old girl with a disability, who attends an inclusive school in Goris, Armenia.

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