Students of the Anti-Corruption School visited OSCE Yerevan Office

Today, the students of Anti-Corruption School for Young Leaders made a study tour in OSCE Yerevan Office.

Ms Gayane Ter-Stepanyan, Senior Press and Public Information Assistant of OSCE Office in Yerevan introduced to the students’ attention the activities and the mission of the organization.

Ms Naira Gyulnazaryan, Coordinator of Anti-Corruption Projects of OSCE Yerevan Office, who met the students as well spoke about the anti-corruption programs and activities of the OSCE and answered the participants’ questions.

The Anti-Corruption School for Young Leaders will work till 22 December 2015 including.

The Armenian Young Lawyers Association” NGO organize the Anti-Corruption School for Young Leaders in the framework of the U.S. Alumni Outreach Grants Program with financial support of the US Embassy in Armenia.

Iravaban.net independent information website is the information partner of the Anti-Corruption School for Young Leaders.

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