Members & Countries
Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Vanadzor
Tigran Mets 59, Vanadzor, Armenia
Tel: (+374) - 322 - 42268
Fax: (+374) - 322 - 41236
The Mission of HCA Vanadzor is the promotion and support of Civil Initiatives, the strengthening of Human Rights Protection, and Peace-building Activities on national and regional levels.
HCA Vanadzor has been conducting human rights monitoring in closed and semi –closed institutions for several years. Since 1999 HCA Vanadzor has been involved in observation of local and national election: including long-term and short-term observations, submitting reports and inquiries, disputing violations in court and preparing legislative recommendations in collaboration with other non-governmental organizations.
Transparency International Anticorruption Center NGO
164/1 Antarayin Street, Yerevan 0019, Armenia
Tel.: (+374 10) 569589, 569689
Fax: (+374 10) 569519
Transparency International Anticorruption Center is an Armenian public organization, founded in 2000 and accredited as the National Chapter of Transparency International global anticorruption movement. Its mission is to promote good governance in Armenia through reducing corruption and strengthening democracy.
In the area of elections TIAC strives to support the conduct of free, fair and transparent elections and the establishment of electoral institute. Its activities include monitoring of political party finance and use of administrative resource, analysis of official statistics on the voting process, observation of national and local level elections, instigation of complaints and litigation of electoral violations, and advocacy for improvement of the electoral legislation. Since 2013 TIAC acts as a member of Citizen Observer Initiative - a coalition of 4 CSOs working in the field of elections observation and complaints.
HCA Vanadzor / TIAC
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