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Armenia against violence2012-07-26 13:34
In Armenia, human rights activists are going to come to the rally "against the violence and sexism" in the serials. The action, initiated by the NGO "Society without Violence", will be held July 27 in Yerevan. The participants have issued a statement expressing concern about the plots and content of the Armenian television serials, demonstrated on the country's TV channels.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Protest of the "Society without Violence" will be held on July 27 at Charles Aznavour Square in Yerevan. During the event, the particioants are going to present results of research of the TV serial "Hard Life"; they also will show a reel about the TV serials, they will conduct flashmob and collection of signatures.
Note that, according to a study conducted in 2010 within the framework of "Strengthening the capacity of women in building peace in the South Caucasus", 81% of Armenians were convinced that there was a problem of inequality between men and women in matters of representation in government. Of these, 38 % believed the problem was very acute, and only 15 % believed the quantification of the inequality was not a problem, the Caucasian Knot reported.
In late June, Armenian Ombudsman Karen Andreasyan and Swiss Ambassador to Armenia Konstantin Obolensky signed a memorandum of cooperation aimed on restore the rights of women and children, victims of domestic violence in Armenia, as well as on informing the women and children on the possibilities to protect their rights , including the responsibilities of police, prosecutors and other government agencies.
The program's budget is about $ 20 thousand, of which $ 15.5 thousand provided by Swiss Embassy and $ 4.5 thousand - the contribution of the Ombudsman's office, News.am reported.