Remote Citizen in Yerevan
Yerevan streets witnessed an unprecedented activity: instant urban remote performances. Follow the developments on Kanachastan Facebook page.
Starting from October 18 within two weeks Kanchastan and representatives of RA Police realized visits to public places to evaluate the enforcement of law on banning smoking in public areas. To keep the public places smoke free, this campaign intends to encourage following the law within the frameworks of “Thank you for not smoking” initiative.
In October Kanachastan developed anti-smoking PSAs with the members of the US alumni association.
More on this and upcoming events - in the next issue.
Kanachastan non-profit non-governmental organization was established in 2008 with the aim to contribute to environmental protection and improvement of life quality in urban spaces.
Kanachastan implements projects that contribute to creating favorable legal, political, civic and social environment in the following directions: developing urban culture, fostering proactive and responsible civic participation, healthy lifestyle, defining environmental issues and identifying solutions to those.
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