Presentation on Ethnic Minority Issues In Light Of The Armenian Constitutional Reform
Over the past three months, CRRC-Armenia International Fellow Francesco Trupia conducted interviews with experts and political analysts on a variety of minority issues, including historical patterns, political implications and cultural attitudes. He will present a brief outline of the state of affairs with a short reflection of Armenians living in Georgia and misunderstandings of minority issues in Nagorno-Karabakh on the basis of the research conducted.
Francesco Trupia holds a BA in Political Science and IR at the University of Catania. He is currently pursuing his MA in Philosophy with a focus on intercultural relations at Sofia University. Currently he is an Adjunct Fellow at OPI-Bloglobal and Eastern Europe Analyst at Alpha Institute.
During his BA studies, he served at Courthouse of Agrigento investigating the phenomenon of migration after Arabic Spring revolutionary wave. For over three years, he has been studying and working in the field of human rights and minority issues, acting as volunteer in based NGOs in Bulgaria. He interned at the Italian journal Eurasia. Francesco’s research at CRRC-Armenia focuses the Armenian minorities and their integration and recognition in the region of Caucasus.
His interdisciplinary approach concerns the sphere of politics, anthropology and history. In addition to his native Italian, he speaks English as well as basic French, Arabic and Bulgarian.
Registration: If interested, please confirm your attendance via email@example.com before May 30, 10:00 AM mentioning your name and organizational affiliation.
Location: CRRC-Armenia, 1 Alex Manoogian Str., Library bld., 6th Floor, Room 602
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