On February 9, 2023, an information meeting was held for forcibly displaced youth from Nagorno Karabakh at the Yerevan DropIn Center of New Generation Humanitarian NGO with the participation of representatives of UNHCR, Mission Armenia NGO. During the meeting, the UNHCR representative Karen Khachatryan  presented to
On January 20, 2024, a capacity-building and awareness raising training was held for the newly-formed pool of HIV advocacy experts. The objectives of the training were To raise awareness of the participants on existing strategic data concerning MSM in the field of HIV; To build their
On November 16, 2023, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) published its annual report on hate crimes of 2022.    26 hate crime cases on the grounds of persons’ sexual orientation and gender identity, documented by
New Generation Humanitarian NGO announces an open call for experts in the field of HIV desk-research, capacity builiding and advocacy: EXPERT 1․ Duration: 12 days Work start: January 2024   Work Description: 1. To conduct a desk research and collect all available documents and strategic data concerning MSM community in the
From September to December 2023, New Generation Humanitarian NGO (NGNGO) held a series of training sessions and information meetings aimed at building the capacities of people kept in criminal executive institutions (CEI) of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia.   The goal of the
On December 12-15, 2023 a four-day Leadership School was held in Tsakhkadzor for trans* and non-binary people organized by the New Generation humanitarian NGO with the financial support of the Eurasian Coalition on Health, Rights, Gender and Sexual Diversity (ECOM) within the framework of the
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