Following its fact-finding visit to Armenia on 27-29 November 2019, the Conference of INGO’s of the Council of Europe has published a Report on Civil Participation in the Decision-Making Process. Among other sources, the Report refers to the findings of CSO Meter Armenia 2019 report by ECNL and TIAC. The recommendations of the Report are closely linked with our recommendations in CSO Meter, and include the following:

To ensure the transparency and accountability of public procurements required for the prevention, control, and treatment of COVID-19 as well as for the implementation of other complex measures related to the pandemic, in early April of 2020, Transparency International Anticorruption Center (TIAC) started a partial monitoring of procurements carried out for the above-mentioned purposes. Based on the results of said monitoring, an Executive Bulletin has been developed, which includes the monitoring results of procurements made between March 12 and June 26.

The Armenian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum:

WELCOMES the fight of the Armenian authorities against corruption and calls on them to employ the whole potential of the Armenian public to enhance the effectiveness of this fight;

– SUPPORTS the RA executive and legislative bodies in their determination to resolve the crisis of the Constitutional Court via constitutional amendments;

– WELCOMES the support of the European Union and the Council of Europe, as well as the heads of their member states in the process of ongoing reform in Armenia;

On June 13, at the initiative of the Yerevan City Council, an emergency session was convened to discuss the fate of Yerevan’s 33rd District (Firdusi). Yerevan Mayor Hayk Marutyan, Chief of Staff of Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan, Varag Siseryan, Yerevan’s Chief Architect Artur Meschyan, Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports, Narine Khachaturyan (joined online), Acting Chairman of the Urban Development Committee, Armen Ghularyan, members of the Yerevan City Council, representatives from the civil society and professional community were attending the discussion.

Transparency International Anticorruption Center is a member of the civil society constituency of the multi-stakeholder group (MSG) of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Armenia (EITI Armenia), jointly with which it is present a number of recommendations aimed at the solutions of certain issues identified during the process of disclosure of beneficial owners of mining companies. 

The Anticorruption School of Transparency International Anticorruption Center (TIAC) aims to equip young people with knowledge on corruption, its types and causes, corruption risks available in political, economic, social and other sectors and their impacts, methods of fighting against corruption, anti-corruption policy in Armenia, international obligations and the process of their implementation. Participants will also obtain knowledge on ways of public participation and oversight, take part in discussions, develop critical and analytical skills.

Transparency International Anticorruption Center hereby invites auditing companies to submit applications for conducting a financial audit of the project implemented in the framework of a grant provided by the state (the budget of the noted grant: 60,673,200.00 AMD, actual expenses: 25,666,706.49 AMD)

iDitord platform is an open crowdsourcing tool for civic oversight of elections, which will allow any citizen to register election irregularities and violations, including reporting on the misuse of administrative resources.
This database summarizes the results of election observation conducted by "Citizen Observer" public initiative during May 5 2013 Yerevan City Council, May 26 2013, March 9 2014, June 8 2014 local government elections and December 6 2015 referendum on Constitutional changes.
This database contains information about the persons engaged in the falsification of 2015 constitutional referendum and further elections and about their illegal acts.
This database presents the summary results of electronic monitoring analysis, based on the official data of 2012, 2017 and 2018 National Assembly, 2013 Presidential, 2013 Yerevan City Council elections and 2015 Constitutional Referendum.
This database comprises information on metal-ore mines in Armenia, their identified resources, mine status, the shareholders of subsurface resource users, the availability of historical-cultural monuments in their territory and accumulation of mining wastes. The database sums up official data obtained from the state institutions.
This database contains information on the status of destroyed, demolished, dismantled, threatened historical-cultural monument buildings of Yerevan, and their legal and factual status. The database sums up official data obtained from the state institutions.
The database on public green areas in Yerevan includes information on green areas of general use of Yerevan, their surface, construction, lessees, violations of urban development norms and other breaches of construction processes. The database sums up official data obtained from state institutions.
Սկսած 2006թ. «Թրանսփարենսի Ինթերնեշնլ հակակոռուպցիոն կենտրոն» (ԹԻՀԿ) հասարակական կազմակերպությունն «Բաց հասարակության հիմնադրամներ - Հայաստան»-ի աջակցությամբ իրականացնում է Հայաստանի պետական գնումների համակարգի մոնիտորինգ և գնահատում:
Who Is The Whistleblower?
Who Is The Whistleblower?
How To Become a Whistleblower?
How To Become a Whistleblower?
The Protection of Whistleblower and Affiliated Person
The Protection of Whistleblower and Affiliated Person
The Use of Administrative Resources
The Use of Administrative Resources