ClimateLaunchpad: Young inventors from Baku at the climate and energy start-up competition in Amsterdam
This year, two young inventors from Azerbaijan reached the final of an international competition for cleantech start-ups, ClimateLaunchpad, held in Amsterdam in mid-November.
Social networks are growing rapidly in Armenia. Most Armenians have accounts on various social media and are very active users of the internet. But for the majority, social networks are just another form of entertainment and aren’t considered a profession or a source of income.
Efforts in the field of gender equality are one of the integral elements of the European Union's work in Azerbaijan. Many projects are being implemented in this direction throughout the country.
"We tried to take our son to sports and various courses but nothing was interesting to him, he did not want to leave the house. He went to a few classes and then stopped.
Thanks to a combination of the scientific potential, the latest technologies and foreign funds, measures are taken to solve environmental problems in the capital of Armenia, Yerevan. Yerevan is one of 16 European cities for which such environmentally friendly solutions are being developed.
The unemployment rate is high in Armenia. Many people, mostly men, leave the country to earn money and provide for their families.
Harnessing the potential of solar energy is vital for sunny countries like Armenia. Due to high energy tariffs, the majority of the population struggle to pay electricity and gas bills. Solar power is not widely used in Armenia but, because it is eco-friendly and helps to save money, it is…
For the third year in a row, energy training classes are a part of the summer EuroSchool programme in Azerbaijan. And for a good reason: the interest in effective management of the energy sector is becoming increasingly tangible among the younger generation. Trainer Vitali Hiarlouski from the…
In late August, the EuroSchool in Azerbaijan, which has become an annual tradition, brought together 15 young participants and several trainers from Azerbaijan and the EU.
Breaking stereotypes: how teachers are trained in Azerbaijan to work with children with disabilities
In Azerbaijan, a country with a population of 10 million, about 70,000 children are registered with a disability.