ON 10.11.2014 DISCUSSION ON “PREVALENCE OF HATE AND DISCRIMINATION IN ARMENIA” WAS HELD AT MEDIA CENTER

Speakers: Haykuhi Harutyunyan – “Protection of rights without borders” NGO, President Mamikon Hovsepyan – “Public information and need of knowledge” NGO, director Sergey Gabrielyan – “New Generation” Humanitarian NGO, President

Support to minors and their families

On 23th of May New Generation Humanitarian NGO organized an event dedicated to the presentation of “New Generation” Humanitarian NGO organized a presentation on the results of a small-scale sociological research on the problem of underage children in Gyumri, which was carried out within the framework of “Support and Consultation to Minors and Their Families” project.

United Response to AIDS

”United Response to HIV” film tells the story of the united struggle against HIV/AIDS in Armenia. The Government of the Republic of Armenia, international and local organizations have united their efforts for the prevention of one of the most common diseases causing death. The film focuses on the ongoing projects and future changes and potential problems associated with them. The film is produced by “New Generation” Humanitarian NGO

SUPPORT AND CONSULTATION TO MINORS AND THEIR FAMILIES

According to the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, “Every child entitled to receive education, love and understanding. They shall, wherever possible, grow up in the care and under the responsibility of his parents. Society and the public authorities shall have the duty to extend particular care to children without a family and to those without adequate means of support.”

NO RACISM

“New Generation” Humanitarian NGO published a video dedicated to the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed annually on 21 March. It held at the decision of UN General Assembly. On that day, in 1960, police opened fire and killed 69 people at a peaceful demonstration in Sharpeville, South Africa, against the apartheid pass laws

NEED OF ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW

“Prohibition of discrimination and the need of adopting anti-discrimination law” TV program in the “Dialogue Auditorium” studio of “Tsayg” TV.

IDAHOT2017 IN ARMENIA

On May 17, New Generation Humanitarian NGO organized a flash mob titled “How We see Life without Homophobia ” dedicated to the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. The aim of the flashmob was to inform the society about the message and significance of the day. Young people took photos with “Stop Sexism” and other slogans in several public places of Yerevan displaying how they see life without homophobia, violence, hatred, racism and any other discriminatory attitude. This was a public event and anybody could join and be photographed with the slogans and posters.

NEW GENERATION HUMANITARIAN NGO HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER AND ADVOCACY PROJECT COORDINATOR NARE HOVHANNISYAN WAS LIVE ON AYB-FE

LGBT people, that is, homosexuals, are the most abused in their own families and in power structures. At the same time, they are subjected to sexual, physical and psychological abuse in the law enforcement agencies, experts of the New Generation Humanitarian NGO said during a press conference today. A1+ invited Nare Hovhannisyan, Human Rights defender and advocacy project coordinator for a more comprehensive discussion of the topic.

Media center: Volunteering for the community development EXPO-Presentation

The Media Center is a new platform, the purpose of which is to bridge civil society and media in Armenia, particularly during the election season. Our main mission is to create efficient channels of communication between non-governmental organizations, leading media organizations and the advocacy groups that monitor elections and uncover violations.

MARCHING IN VANADZOR. Fight against AIDS

On December 1, the international AIDS day, New Generation Humanitarian NGO initiated a march from Hayq square to the territory adjacent to the Hovhannes Abelyan State Drama Theater. The march was called “Get to Zero”. You can view the details in a video produced by our partners.

HOW TO CHOOSE CORRECT TERMINOLOGY AND FORMULATIONS – training for Mass Media representatives

How to choose correct terminology and formulations when it comes to representatives of different social strata, certain health and psychological issues, as well as people with different orientations, when making news reports and videos about them. Professional training for media representatives and bloggers was held to avoid mistakes and problems. Coverage of topics related to HIV and sexuality was the focus of the discussion. It was noted that when covering any topic, the journalist should not go beyond ethics and avoid manifestations of discrimination. The discussion in Gyumri was attended by representatives of different Armenian media.

Transgender Day Of Remembrance 20 November

Trans* Day of Remembrance is observed annually on November 20 as a day to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia. The aim of thе day is to attract the attention of the society to the problem about the violence against Trans* people . In Armenia that subject is also actual

EVERYTHING COULD BE DIFFERENT 1

Violent, stereotyped and discriminatory attitude toward LGBT people make many of them disappointed with life, people, country, and atmosphere. However, everything could be other way, when the society realized the human being’s supreme value and its inalienable rights. The actors do not necessarily represent LGBT Community.

EVERYTHING COULD BE DIFFERENT 2

Violent, stereotyped and discriminatory attitude toward LGBT people make many of them disappointed with life, people, country, and atmosphere. However, everything could be other way, when the society realized the human being’s supreme value and its inalienable rights. The actors do not necessarily represent LGBT Community.

EVERYTHING COULD BE DIFFERENT 3

Violent, stereotyped and discriminatory attitude toward LGBT people make many of them disappointed with life, people, country, and atmosphere. However, everything could be other way, when the society realized the human being’s supreme value and its inalienable rights. The actors do not necessarily represent LGBT Community.

INTERNATIONAL CHARITY DAY

New Generation Humanitarian NGO congratulates everyone and assures that it will continue to adhere to its principles and carry out its humanitarian mission since 2004. The International Day of Charity was established on December 17, 2012, during the 67th session of the UN General Assembly. Date selection is not accidental. September 5 is the anniversary of the death of Mother Teresa, a Catholic nun, a Nobel Prize winner. The goal is to draw public attention to the work of charities and individuals for overcoming poverty and humanitarian issues, encouraging their work and mobilizing people, NGOs and stakeholders around the world to participate in volunteer and charitable work.