Internews and its local partners are working to increase the diversity of content and formats in which news and information is available in Armenia, build demand for higher-quality media, and establish sustainable forums for citizens to exchange information and advocate for media freedom. Internews supported local partners to develop a media literacy curriculum that has now been approved for use in public schools throughout Armenia. A network of community media centers in the regions provide Internet access, host events, and promote grassroots activism. Internews also coordinates the efforts of media policy advocates, government officials, and active citizens to ensure that the country’s media sector can and does serve as an effective and reliable watchdog.

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