The Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs
Start Time

4:00 PM

Friday,Jul 07,2023

End Time

6:30 PM

Friday,Jul 07,2023


7 Vardanants Street, Apartment 25, AIISA Seminar Hall

The aim of the introductory course of the first stage is to introduce the participants to the entire program, which is implemented with the support of the Visegrad Foundation and the participation of the Institute of Politics and Society (Czech Republic), the Center for Strategic Analysis (Slovakia), the Res Publica Foundation (Poland), the Center for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (Hungary). With the expectation of ensuring the highest efficiency of the project, on that day, as a result of valuable contributions by participants the problems faced by their departments/agencies in the field of strategic communication will be collected. The 2.5-hour group brainstorming will allow the panel discussions, workshops and practical trainings of the next two rounds to be best adapted to the needs of the participants and the specifics of our country, which the speakers of the selected partner organizations will combine with the experience and solutions of their countries in the next rounds.

“Development of Strategic Communication Skills: Lessons from Visegrad Four's Experience” Program






Introductory Course:  Main Issues of Strategic Communication in the Republic of Armenia

16:00-18:30, 07 July, Thursday, 2023




Faciltated by:

Shushan Khurshudyan


Program officer, the Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs—AIISA



Styopa Safaryan


Founder and Director, the Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs—AIISA, (Armenia)


Armen Grigoryan 


President, Centre for Policy Studies—CPS president (Armenia)



Q&A, Interventions




Reflections, Summing Up the Seminar


The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.




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