Center for European Studies Alumni Association NGO

CES Alumni Association as an NGO has been established in Armenia in 2019. The goal of the organization is to support the democratization process, protection of human rights and establishment of European values in Armenia and in the post-soviet region.

The main objectives of the Association are:

  • To independently develop scientific and educative work based on the best skills and needs of its members,
  • To run scientific research, educative projects, which will be devoted to the political processes, democratic challenges, research on societal and cultural phenomenon in the regional,
  • To organize trainings, forums, scientific conferences and other formal and non-formal educative event for target groups,
  • To run joint research and finalize publications,
  • To network other scientific establishments to run join research and projects.
Aiym Saurambayeva

Member of the Association

Association member from Kazakhstan. Aiym has an experience in analytical reporting and political studies of the Central Asia and on research in educational technologies. She holds a Bachelor of International Law and she is an alumnus of the HRD of 2019.

Goharik Tigranyan

Member of the Association

Association member from Armenia. Goharik is one of the young education experts in Armenia. She has several research, curriculum and methods developed in this area. She is a consultant expert to the Ministry of Science, Education and Culture of Armenia, Canadian Parliament Centre and at the institute of Public Policy. She holds a Bachelor on Oriental Studies, and she is an alumnus of the HRD of 2018.

Jakub Wojsyk

Member of the Association

Association member from Poland. Jakub holds his PhD in interdisciplinary studies with the focus on European future. He holds a solid academic background on Economics, Law, Political Science and interdisciplinary studies. His work experience include Embassy of Poland in Tbilisi, Polish Ombudsman Office, EU commission German Budnestag Consulate General of Poland in Russia and many other. He is an alumnus of the HRD of 2018.

Marina Shupac

Member of the Association

Association member from Moldova. Marina is an international expert on human rights specifically on indigenous people and minorities. Since 2016 she has been working with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights as a consultant succeeded with her work as a National Minority Rights Consultant to the UN High commissioner office. Marina a is a human rights trainer and journalist. She is an alumnus of the HRD of 2014.