Armenia and Turkey working together in Istanbul
Posted by civilsocietyindex on February 23, 2010
Lusine, CSI project coordinator in Armenia, talks about the new cross-border initiative being conducted by Counterpart International Armenia and TUSEV within the framework of the Civil Society Index. Supported by the Black Sea Trust and USAID, the initiative brings together civil society in Armenia and Turkey.
Last week, representatives from Armenia visited TUSEV offices in Istanbul and met with key civil society organisations, as well as identifying the strengths, weaknesses, outcomes and findings of CSI implementation in the two countries.
You can also check out further updates on Counterpart International Armenia’s Facebook page:
Lusine from Counterpart International Armenia and Zeynep from TUSEV in conversation about what the intiative means for cooperation between CSOs in the two countries. Click here (Facebook only).
Arsen from Counterpart International speaks about what’s been going on during the meetings, and reflects on some of the key CSI findings and comparisons between the two countries. Click here (Facebook only).
On the first day of the Istanbul trip, Lusine introduces the initiative and some of her hopes for the week ahead. Click here (Facebook only).