Public Journalism Club will continue to manage the trilingual website of the Program, being responsible for its technical maintenance and the full administration of its content.
Through its innovative design solutions, updated interface and navigation buttons, the website will serve as a user friendly and interactive platform enabling its users to get first-hand and detailed information on all the events and initiatives envisaged by the Program, its implementing partners, news, events, sub-grantees and their projects, as well as media coverage.
PJC will continue its close cooperation with mass media, popular bloggers, citizen journalists, civil society activists, ensuring increased volume of information exchange and comprehensive coverage on Armenia-Turkey relations.
PJC will also produce various print and multimedia materials that would highlight specific projects/success stories. The interactive map of the website will enable the users to track the geolocation of the current, past and upcoming events of the Program. The slider on the front page of the website will help to track the recent Program updates.
Ms. Arpine Aleksanyan and Ms. Sona Baloyan from Yerevan, from “Matenadaran” Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, were supported with the travel grant to visit Istanbul, Turkey for meetings with the Armenian Patriarchate, Armenian high schools, foundations and publishing houses to discuss possibilities of further collaboration on preserving the Armenian culture.