“The Judicial Affairs of Naira Smbatyan, Victim of Domestic Violence: Assessment of Human Rights Defenders”
June 20, 11:00

A press conference entitled “The Judicial Affairs of Naira Smbatyan, Victim of Domestic Violence: Assessment of Human Rights Defenders” was held at Media Center on June 20. 

Zara Hovhannisyan, Program Coordinator at the Coalition to Stop Violence against Women, Human Rights Defender, Nona Galstyan, Advocate of Naira Smbatyan, Stepan Voskanyan, Advocate of Naira Smbatyan, were the speakers of the press conference. 

Naira Smbatyan has regularly been subjected to physical and psychological violence by her husband, Ara Khachatryan.

They have 4 children the youngest of whom, a 3-year-old son, lives with Naira now in one of the secret settlements of “Women's Support Center” NGO.  

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