Conferences & Seminars / Press Releases
Annual Conference: Looking Forward: Global Competitiveness of the Armenian Economy

Washington, D.C. May 21, 2008 – The Armenian International Policy Research Group (AIPRG) hosted its annual conference at World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC, on May 17-18, 2008.  The event, co-sponsored by the World Bank, UNDP, and the Eurasia Partnership Foundation, addressed issues related to Armenia’s global competitiveness – how second-generation reforms can foster further economic growth in this small country in the South Caucasus.  Participants included representatives from academia, policymakers, Armenian government officials, NGOs, donor organizations, media outlets, and graduate students.  Approximately 100 people were in attendance at World Bank Headquarters in Washington and 50 people participated via videoconference from the World Bank office in Yerevan...[more]

Wider Black Sea: Perspectives for International and Regional Security

On January 14-15 the Armenian International Policy Research Group ( together with the Association of Swedish Graduates of Armenia (ASGA) organized an International Conference entitled “Wider Black Sea: Perspectives for International and Regional Security”. The Conference was of great interest among several people of the Armenian and international society and hosted about 300 participants including political and social activists, scholars, researchers, students, mass media and civil society representatives from Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Turkey, Slovenia, Germany, the UK, Portugal and the US as well as representatives from several international organizations... [more]

Follow Up Project in Armenia: The Economic and Social Consequences of Opening the Border Between Armenia and Turkey: Implications for Armenia

In November 2007 Armenian International Policy Research Group (AIPRG) launched its regional round tables in the marzes (regions) of Armenia within the follow-up project on the Conference entitled “The Economic and Social Consequences of Opening the Border between Armenia and Turkey” organized in Yerevan on January 13-14, 2007. The meetings were organized with financial support of Eurasia-Armenia Foundation and our regional partners: Gyumri Student Councils, YCAP regional offices in Aragatsotn, Ararat and Armavir marzes, Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly of Vanadzor and the Local Government Offices (the mayors of Davitashen and Haygyugh). The meetings were followed by a concluding round table organized in Yerevan with the help of the Civil Society Institute on December 03, 2007...[more]

Photos   Presentation of the Key Findings of January Conference (in Armenia)

Attached Files: Conference Tentative Agenda  Concept of the Conference 

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