Who we are
Building bridges between Europe and Armenia
European Friends of Armenia (EuFoA) is an international non-governmental organization seeking to support integration and build bridges between Armenian and European decision makers and the civil society in the fields of politics, business and culture.
Armenia and the EU work hard to make projects like the Eastern Partnership become a noticeable success. People in Armenia feel that the EU is making a small positive difference for them, and the EU sees that Armenia is a strategic, economic and cultural partner worth engaging with. The political, economic and cultural co-operation of the past years has shown that much progress is possible and already very visible.
Moreover, EuFoA is open to cooperation with all parts of civil society as well as NGOs sharing our goals and values. We also promote partnerships with different organisations, associations as well as Diaspora and Armenian communities.
- To strengthen the relationship between the EU and Armenia.
- To help understand thought reflection and debate the current situation in Armenia.
- To link decision makers on both sides and inform about challenges and successes in European-Armenian relations.
- To foster people-to-people contacts between key members of the civil society.
- To raise awareness of Armenia.
- To provide decision-makers and those who influence public opinion with information about the Armenian reality.
- To gather together Armenian friends and establish a connection between them.
The EuFoA secretariat is composed of a small but dynamic and multi-national team, led by Diogo Pinto [email@example.com], in the following departments: Advocacy and Networking –Policy Development – Communication and External Relations – Administrative and Financial.
Besides the full-time staff members, EuFoA takes on a number of interns throughout the year.
EuFoA is permanently recruiting talented and motivated students/graduates. We look forward to receiving applications from candidates attracted by a modern, team-oriented and challenging work environment. Please send your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribe to our news roundup to get news on your email.