The project aims to reduce the social vulnerability of labour migrants' families and communities in four target regions through the provision of tailored social services and best use of migrants’ resources (financial and intellectual) in the development of their communities of origin/return.
The project aims at establishing an electronic (e-) penitentiary system which will include modernising the business registers of Legal Entities and the e-notary system and integrating these with the overall e-governance infrastructure of Armenia and conducting training on the operation of these e-government systems.
This project will establish an online ''Government to Citizens'' (G2C) electronic hot line for the Ministry of Justice to enable transparent and efficient collection, processing and publication of complaints and involvement of civil society and establish an electronic system between the Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Health to enable electronic issuing of medical certificates during registration of civil status act.
This project supports the justice system actors in strengthening knowledge-based policies by establishing a reliable system to analyse baseline and postline data about justice needs of the Armenian citizens, their experiences and demands for improvements in justice and to assist the government to fulfill their obligations under the Convention against Torture.
This project will strengthen the independence and professionalism of the Armenian justice system and facilitate institutional and legislative reforms of the Armenian judiciary, including substantive and procedural law, ethical framework, conduct and disciplinary measures are in line with European standards and in a more consultative manner.