Marine Antonyan has been teaching at the American University of Armenia (AUA) since 2010. She has co-operated with a number of Armenian NGOs in delivering trainings within the framework of different projects as well as provided consultancy services mainly concerned with drafting legislative amendments. Since 2008 she has also worked for the Translation Centre of the Ministry of Justice of Armenia, an entity created to, inter alia, support the Armenian Government in its efforts to approximate the Armenian legislation to the EU legislation. She has been providing consultancy services to UNHCR Armenia since 2011 in the field of statelessness.
Mission Armenia is a charitable non-governmental organization operating since 1988, which provides comprehensive social and healthcare services to elderly people, people with special needs and disabilities, refugees and displaced persons and other vulnerable populations across 22 towns and 8 regions of the Republic of Armenia. Mission Armenia operates over 50 community-based social infrastructures throughout Armenia, including day care centres, training resource centres, soup kitchens, a 24-hour rehabilitation centre, social houses for temporary accommodation for the elderly, the disabled and refugees. These centres provide support for around 8,000 people. Mission Armenia’s main areas of work are: community-based social, legal and health services, education/vocational support, economic empowerment initiatives for local and refugee vulnerable adults, young people and children.Mission Armenia website