Tag: corruption

April 8, 2024
Quiet Power

Quiet Power

Embracing quiet power is now a revolutionary act, writes Sheila Paylan in her next column for “Unleashed”, a silent rebellion against the expectation to conform to an extroverted ideal and how that discovery has been liberating.

November 17, 2022
Հակակոռուպցիոն դատարան. արդարադատության նոր ճակատ

Armenia’s New Anti-Corruption Court

Armenia’s new Anti-Corruption Court is now operational and will hear criminal cases on corruption and civil cases of confiscation of illegally obtained assets. Was the creation of a new court necessary and can it have an impact on the fight against corruption?

April 1, 2022

Ep. 181: The Week in Review (01.04.22)

In EVN Report’s news roundup for the week of April 1: the Minister of Emergency SItuations is arrested on corruption charges; the ruling Civil Contract party announces their mayoral candidate for the 2023 elections; Artsakh requests more Russian peacekeepers as the situation remains tense and more.

October 22, 2021
Ep. 161: The Week in Review (29.10.21)

Ep. 160: The Week in Review (22.10.21)

In EVN Report’s news roundup for the week of October 22: Five Armenian POWs are returned from Azerbaijani captivity; Azerbaijan presents its case against Armenia at the International Court of Justice; a number of employees from the State Revenue Committee are arrested on corruption charges.

June 24, 2019
Primer: Transitional Justice

Primer: Transitional Justice

Transitional justice is a form of exceptional justice, since it is introduced for a specific period of time to deal with exceptional circumstances. This primer is based on Dr. Nerses Kopalyan’s White Paper, Transitional Justice Agenda for the Republic of Armenia and is a summary of the key points of transitional justice.

October 16, 2018
Ինչու «կանաչ» քաղաքականությունը կանաչ չէ բոլոր համար

Why Green Policies Are Not Green For Everyone

Cross-border cooperation among environmental groups is imperative to ensure real environmental protection globally. Drawing examples from Armenia and Lebanon, Sophia Manukyan delves into the world of high-stake investments and assistance in heavy metal mining and waste management.

October 7, 2018
Corruption and Its Metastasizing Effect

Corruption and Its Metastasizing Effect

Professor Don Fuller examines how post-Soviet states have had difficulty in breaking normative behavior originating in Soviet times and how corruption is manifested in anti-democratic decision-making practices. He writes that Armenia’s new revolutionary government will be watched for evidence of competent innovation and justice.

September 3, 2018
Why the Corrupt are Terrified of Transitional Justice

Why the Corrupt are Terrified of Transitional Justice

Formulating the compatibility of transitional justice with Armenia's laws and constitutional statutes shouldn't be problematic, writes Nerses Kopalyan. However, the Pashinyan government, must go out of its way to make certain that the formation of any element of the instruments of transitional justice are fundamentally impartial, profoundly non-politicized, and unequivocally objective.

October 22, 2017

The Art of Anti-Corruption

What is the art of anti-corruption? A year-long campaign sought to raise awareness on the effects of corruption on Armenian society. The “Art of (anti) Corruption” organized by Impact Hub Yerevan and supported by the EU Delegation to Armenia is a poster art exhibition and EVN Report is featuring a selection of the works on display.