EVN Youth Report aims to provide a platform for Armenia’s youth to discuss issues that impact their lives. We hope to encourage the youth to be more conscious of the political, social, cultural and economic developments taking place in Armenia, understand the pivotal role and impact that media has on society, and provide a space to have their voices heard and their stories told.
This project is funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of State.
Isfahan is more than just a place with an abundance of blue, hospitality and diplomacy, Isfahan is also Julfa, the old Armenian neighborhood where the domes of churches are not pointed but rather round like a Mosque’s, where an Armenian community, since 1605, continues to exist and has become an inseparable part of the fabric of this city once built to be the center of the world.
You most likely played Monopoly as a child, and if your first language was Armenian, then you most probably struggled to translate the content of the cards from English or Russian. Anahit Sukiasyan writes about how Armenian board games are being developed and gaining popularity.
Life is no longer about stopping to smell the roses, it’s more like a sprint to see who gets the most likes on social media platforms. There are those, however, who have decided to live their lives offline and measure their success by other criteria.
EVN Youth Report-ը հարթակ է, որտեղ երիտասարդները կկարողանան բարձրացնել իրենց հետաքրքրող խնդիրներն ու քննարկել դրանք, բարելավել մեդիագրագիտության իրենց հմտությունները, հետևել լրահոսին ու մաս դառնալ մեդիա արտադրանքի ստեղծմանը։