“The International Young Women’s Peace and Human Rights Award” ceremony has already taken place
“The International Young Women’s Peace and Human Rights Award” ceremony has already taken place.
After careful decision-making process, the board of "Democracy Today" NGO decided to grant doctors awards this year.
Doctors Diana Sayiyan (Artsakh) and Maria Azizyan (USA) were awarded “The International Young Women’s Peace and Human Rights Award” for their outstanding professionalism and dedication during the 44-day war in Artsakh. Special diplomas were awarded to doctors - Victoria Ayrumyan (Russia) and Gayane Papoyan (Armenia). Dr. Catherine Lesimple (France) was also awarded for her support of Armenia. In recognition of professional dedication and exceptional service to people during the 44-day Artsakh war in 2020, doctors and medical personnel of the “Republican Medical Center” of the Republic of Artsakh are awarded International Young women’s Peace and Human Rights diploma. An award was also presented to Rose Mbone for her outstanding contribution to raising the role of women in peacebuilding in Kenya. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the International Award for Young Women and Human Rights, Democracy Today NGO had the honor of sending a gratitude letter to the staff of the French Embassy in Armenia for supporting the award ceremony over the years. A letter of gratitude was also given to the French Ambassador to Armenia H.E. Jonathan Lacotte for his continued contribution to the ongoing Women's Security's Peace theme.