This year we celebrate 15th anniversary of the British Council Armenia and we celebrated our achievements by being grateful to our partners, teachers, learners, customers, and everyone who share our vision for Armenia’s development and who are and have been directly or indirectly involved in British Council Armenia activities.
In this video we summarize our work in English in the past year.
The Na/Ne Media Award was first launched in Armenia in 2009 and it managed to become a recognised event in the media world.
Journalists representing print, online media, TV and radio companies of Armenia, as well as independent journalists who have an interesting story about women's role in social and political life, are eligible to submit their publications for the competition. The published and broadcast publications and their authors may also be nominated by NGOs and individuals.
The British Council, British Embassy Yerevan, the OSCE Office in Yerevan in partnership with the UNFPA, World Vision Armenia, Armenian Young Women Association and BMI announce the 4th Na/Ne annual media competition.
Journalists representing printed, online media, TV and radio companies of Armenia as well as independent journalists are eligible to submit their publications to take part in the competition. The published and broadcast publications and their authors may also be nominated by NGOs and individuals. It's aimed also to organise public voting in British Council Armenia Facebook page.