On 28th of September, Rights Information Center NGO has organized a training “CV Writing, Interviewing and Networking” as part of “ Developing Employability Skills for the Youth of Syunik Marz”, a project funded by the Peace Corps Armenia Small Project Assistance Fund and USAID. The trainer, Astghik Isakhanayan, empowered the youth on how to make a CV, how to make it powerful and skills needed for interviews and networking. Peace Corps Volunteer, Gwen Hersh assisted in organizing the training and helping youth write CVs in English. Training participants had mock interviews for practice. All the participant worked on making and editing CV during the training and all of participant left the training with a new and updated CV.
On September 27, 2017, the Rights Information Center has organized a discussion entitled "The fundamental problem of my residential area" in the framework of the "Freedom of expression usng new media technologies" program, in which active youth from Tegh, Shinuhayr and Halidzor have participated. During the discussion the young people spoke about the main problems of their residential areas, their negative impact and ways of its’ solution. After raising issues for each settlement, young people asked questions and offered solutions. The discussion itself turned into a successful debate. It has been broadcast live online.
You can get acquainted with the problems of Shinuhayr and Halidzor's residential areas by watching the online video.
On September 6, 2017 Rights Information Center NGO organized a training for the school youth of Qarashen residential area in the framework of “Freedom of expression using new media technologies’’ project supported by the Czech Embassy in Armenia.
During the organized group work, the youth have presented the main problem of their community which is the lack of kindergarten.
On September 5, 2017 Rights Information Center NGO organized another training in the framework of “Freedom of expression using new media technologies’’ project for the youth of Khnatsakh residential area. The project is supported by the Czech Embassy in Armenia.
As the result of the organized group work , the youth have presented 2 fundamental problems of their community: