Ghevond Alishan Cultural-Educational Association

Nalbandian Str.27/25, apt.7
375001 Yerevan
Armenia
Tel: (374-2) 585677
Fax: (374-2) 151795
E-mail: root@aaango.armenia.su
(please write "For Ghevond Alishan" in the subject)
Contact: Svetlana Aslanian, Ph.D, President of Ghevond Alishan Association
Mission: Background: Ghevond Alishan is a non-governmental, non-profit organization which was founded in 1991. It's membership is 25 people (primarily prominent scientists, linguists, artists, qualified professors and teachers). Ghevond Alishan has sub-committees on both Women's issues (membership-16 women), and Youth issues (membership-6).

The association has branch offices in Moscow, Kiev, and Paris.

Recognizing the important role of the association, the Government of Armenia declared it tax free by a special decision.

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Local Ties: International Ties:



GHEVOND ALISHAN SCIENTIST-WOMEN'S COUNCIL
Established 1991


27/25, Nalbandian St., Apt 7
375001 Yerevan
Armenia
Tel: (3742) 585-677
Fax: (3742) 151-795
E-Mail: ngoc@moon.yerphi.am; katarina@aua.am


Goals:

Present projects

The Council is currently planning new projects including:

The Council has participated in many important conferences including:

In December 1996 the Council created The Center for Development of Civil Society.
The Center's main goal is to promote ideas about democracy, civil society, pluralism,
and diversity (cultural, religious, linguistic, and political).


GEVOND ALISHAN ASSOCIATION IS LOOKING FORWARD TO ESTABLISHING CONTACTS AND TO COLLABORATING BOTH WITH LOCAL AND WITH INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS.

Last updated:    October 1997


A print version of much of the information contained in this NIS Third Sector Organizations section can be found in the The Post-Soviet Handbook (Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1999).


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