Armenia Pro Bono Directory

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As UNHCR statistics generally rely on data from host countries, statistics on refugees alone can give an insufficient account of refugee numbers, as some host countries will not grant refugee status to certain groups. Including statistics for individuals in refugee-like situations is an attempt to account for unrecognised refugees and does not include internally displaced persons. Statistics for stateless refugees are included if available.

The A.D. Sakharov Armenian Human Rights Protection Center
Yerevan, 1 Sarmen Str., 4th floor, 375009, Armenia
Tel: 37410- 542936 / 587864 / 561560
Fax: 37410- 561505

The A.D. Sakharov Armenian Human Rights Protection Center was created to support the building of civil society and the development of democratic institutions in the Republic of Armenia. They run regional offices in Shirak, Gegharkunik and Syunik as well as their headquarters in Yerevan. They are an implementing partner of UNHCR and provide free legal consulting on human rights protection issues to the socially vulnerable, including refugees and immigrants.

Foundation Against Violations of Law NGO
Yerevan, 6 Arshakuniats St., 375023
Tel: 37410-568372; 37410-582819
Fax: 37410-582819

Foundation Against Violation of Law (FAVL) is a non-governmental non-profit human rights organisation  founded in 1991. It uses treatment methods to provide help for the victims of torture, displaced persons, refugees, and the families of missing persons. FAVL provides training and consultations for physicians and nurses, police officers, agencies working with refugees, and asylum seekers at the local level. FAVL does research in communities, and in the army and prison. It has a number of publications.

Eurasia Partnership Foundation

1/21 Azatutyan ave., apt. 23, Yerevan 0037
(374 10) 25 15 75
E-mail: Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan,
Anush Margaryan,

With 20 years of experience in program implementation and grant making for Armenian civil society, EPF positions itself as a ‘think and do’ tank, with expertise in the nexus of project design and management, network building and consortium management, civil society capacity building, policy research and advocacy, alternative content development and peace building. Human Rights programming of EPF is aimed at addressing major Human Rights issues in the country such as freedom of expression, religious tolerance, non-discrimination etc. Paradigm of Transformative Change lies at the core of EPF’s Human Rights Program: EPF works on changing the structural causes of intolerance, violence and discrimination, as well as the attitudes and behavior of actors. Thoughtful study of a problem, close cooperation with all counterparts and beneficiaries, looking for out-of-box solutions are some of the instruments EPF applies while designing and implementing projects. Since EPF is a think and do tank, it works full circle from research to policy advice and implementation. In particular, EPF, with Dutch support, recently developed a draft of Anti-Discrimination (Equality) Law for the Ministry of Justice, and works on changing social attitudes and discriminatory behaviors in anticipation of the adoption of the Law. When contacted and asked to prepare a report, EPF will require modest financial assistance to carry out the work