Armenia: Homophobic radio station rewarded?

Having already warned against increasing levels of homophobia in society, including that recently shown by a local radio station in a project ostensibly meant to promote European integration and values, Unzipped: Gay Armenia is shocked to discover that international bodies continue to work with those it feels should be blacklisted instead. In the latest incident, the blog expresses its horror that the British Council will support the same radio station despite concerns expressed by the LGBT community and as already noted and accepted by the British Embassy in Armenia.

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  • […] 2010, however, was the increasing use of new and social media for non-politicized purposes. As with LGBT issues in Armenia, one example of that could be found in the form of challenging some of the more taboo subjects in […]

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