Public is Speaking: Telephone Survey Results on the Present and the Future of Artsakh Conflict
This report investigates the current perceptions of residents of the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Artsakh regarding the Artsakh conflict.More
Community-Level Multidimensional Poverty in Armenia. Shirak, Lori Tavush
This report builds upon primary research conducted by CRRC-Armenia Foundation. The study examines multidimensional poverty and COVID-19 vulnerability at the community-level in the three northern Armenian marzes of Lori, Shirak, and Tavush, known to be the most impoverished marzes in the country (Armstat and World Bank 2019).More
Public Opinion Study on Corruption in Armenia
This report covers a public opinion survey on corruption conducted in October-November of 2021 with 1,520 households in the Republic of Armenia under the USAID-supported Armenia Benevolence Program (AIP).More
To increase cross-comparison of regional social and economic dynamics, in 2004 CRRC began a coordinated data gathering effort to obtain reliable, comparable data on household composition, knowledge, social and political attitudes, and practices across the South Caucasus.More
Our vision is to be recognized nationally and internationally as a leading force in the social science research and to influence policymaking agenda in Armenia by setting the highest international standards and building a vibrant community of outstanding social scientists.More
CRRC supports Armenia’s transformation process by making quality data on political, social and economic processes available and by engaging key state and non-state actors, and media representatives in its use, analysis, dissemination and application in policy-making.More
Who we are
CRRC-Armenia Foundation is a regionally focused and nationally based independent, non-partisan research center. Our core mandate is to address national and regional socio-economic and political challenges via high-quality data collection, analysis, and enhancement of the scientific capacity of the research community. Based on the strong support by Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Eurasia Partnership Foundation and Yerevan State University, CRRC-Armenia pursued the common goal of strengthening social science research and public policy analysis in the South Caucasus. Since 2013, CRRC-Armenia is operating as an independent legal entity, guided by the same common commitment of regional cooperation.
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