The Eastern Partnership Minorities Network
The Eastern Partnership Minorities Network brings together over 80 minority organizations and civil society leaders across Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. EaP Minorities Network is open to activists and civil society organisations, including ethnic, linguistic, national, religious minorities, indigenous peoples and visible minority communities.
Minority and human rights experts came to Budapest, Hungary in October 2015 to discuss the importance of anti-discrimination legislation in the Eastern Partnership and the Visegrád countries at a conference organized by the Eastern Partnership Minorities Network and Minority Rights Group Europe.
See the video on why advocacy for anti-discrimination policies is important.
Call for joint project proposals: Dialogue and cooperation among civil society groups in human rights and conflict resolution
Short Documentary "To Be Equal: Untold Stories"
I have been working for Yezidi minority’s rights and well-being for years. My community suffers from multiple discrimination and poverty in Armenia. I joined the network to get connected with other minorities and find solutions for our issues together. I participated at the 5th Civil Society Forum in Chisinau in 2013 to share my community experience and reach out to NGOs and decision makers from the region.
Sinjar Yezidi National Union, Armenia