As in other countries of the former Soviet Union working on gender issues in Armenia can be a precarious business.  Armenia.Gender

by Gevorg Poghosyan, Director of Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences, and President of the Armenian Sociological Association The social transformations at the end of the 20th century, following the breakup of the Soviet Union, inaugurated a new historical era. Post-Soviet countries involved in the process of social […]

by Gohar Shahnazaryan, Yerevan State University, Armenia The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 inaugurated a challenging new stage for the women’s movement in Armenia and the whole region of the South Caucasus. With the assistance of international organizations and funds, women’s non-governmental organizations were established. In 2003 we formed a group of young […]