Speaking Hope to Power in Pankisi

In may 2021, available jobs have risen by 15% compare to 2018

Cycling - How Hard or How Easy

Cycling - How Hard or How Easy

Sameer Kermalli

Interaqtive


Having cycled in both countries, it was evident that there is a problem. Cyclists are never safe anywhere, unless the countries care about them and do something about the predicament of the cyclists. This is a less than true depiction of the world situation; however, it picks on a developed country and a developing country, one in Europe and one in Africa and tells the story.

In Azerbaijan Government Claims to Fight against "the Fake Disabled"

What Is It Like to Raise a Kid with Cerebral Palsy in Azerbaijan?

X Drive + Anti Cafe - An important place for the development of youth life in a small town

Yerevan State University or YSU Ijevan Branch

Yerevan State University or YSU Ijevan Branch

Syuzanna Ghukasyan

Interaqtive


We tried to understand what would people say about YSU and YSU IB making comparisons between the education in the capital and outside of it. What are the main differences, advantages and disadvantages in both .

Decentralization of education is the cause of new scandals in Armenia

Moving Forward with Autism

Remove some COVİD-19 restrictions in Azerbaijan caused concern in older people

Baku without a face mask - PHOTO

Citizens in Azerbaijan are in a hurry to be vaccinated

Perks of the Finnish Education System

The road of the small business

Despite the criticism. The "Yerevan Wine Days" festival took place

British citizens as tourists in Poland

What Is It Like to Raise a Kid with Cerebral Palsy in Azerbaijan?

Government of Poland loosened coronavirus restrictions

Ethnic Armenians displaced from Nagorno Karabakh are living in uncertainty

Ethnic Armenians displaced from Nagorno Karabakh are living in uncertainty

Astghik Gaudyan

society


“We still hope that we will come back to our home, our village...”, tells me Artashes Arakelyan from Askeran region, Nagorno Karabakh. Artashes and his wife Narine with their five underaged daughters fled from Nagorno Karabakh during the recent war between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Now the family live in the small village Lenughi, not far from Yerevan, the capital of Armenia.

Faces of Autism

Faces of Autism

Ani Torosyan

Home


There are many NGO’s and associations working with children with autism, and XS Association of Armenia is one of them. There are about 80 kids in the association so far. Through different exercises, the specialists help them to integrate with society, to express themselves. 

Refugees: The Voskanyans' family after the War

Refugees: The Voskanyans' family after the War

Astghik Gaudyan

society


What has been left in the wake of the 44-day war between Azerbaijan and Armenia in September-November 2020? Armen Voskanyan, 44, and Narine Hakobyan, 35, are from Mets Taghlar village in Hadrut, Nagorno Karabakh. They fled from Nagorno-Karabakh during the recent war broke out in the region from September 27, 2020 and ended on November 10, 2020.

Refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh in numbers

Refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh in numbers

Astghik Gaudyan

society


The latest war, broken on the 27th of September, 2020, between Artsakh and Azerbaijan, labelled thousands of people as refugees. Before the war the population of Artsakh was 150.932, out of which 91.000 were considered to flee to Armenia during the war.

All about Autism

All about Autism

Ani Torosyan

news


National Autism Association describes autism spectrum disorder as a bio-neurological developmental disability that generally appears before the age of 3.

From Hadrut to Abovyan

From Hadrut to Abovyan

Astghik Gaudyan

society


“I still have hope that without war, through negotiations, we will bring back Hadrut and we will go to our home,” said 69 years old Zoya Badadzyan, who came with her large family from the village of Togh in Hadrut and temporarily settled in Abovyan because of the Second Artsakh War.

Russia's exam with "Democracy".

Autism in Numbers

Autism in Numbers

Ani Torosyan

society


The data suggests that worldwide 75.000.000 people have autism spectrum disorder. And the numbers of people with autism are growing year by year.  It is estimated that one in 68 children is diagnosed with ASD. It is a fact that ASD, in general, is five times more prevalent in boys than in girls. 

Small and medium businesses are still facing problems in Armenia

Small and medium businesses are still facing problems in Armenia

Hovhannes Hakobyan

Home


Starting a business in Armenia is not an easy task, especially in industry. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) face a number of problems in setting up production. These are: lack of available financial resources, customs and tax policy, limited export opportunities, etc. In recent years the SME sector has been the main driver of economic growth and job creation in Armenia

Autism through the mothers’ eyes

Autism through the mothers’ eyes

Ani Torosyan

society


1% of the world’s population has autism spectrum disorder. Throughout the whole journey of autism, parents are guiding them.  “Your child has autism...” Each parent reacts to this sentence differently:  shock, panic, stress, mixed feelings, depression. But the thing that unites them all is to do everything to make their lives easier and happier. 

Azerbaijan starts using "Pfizer" vaccine

Restrictions eased in Azerbaijan