The club presents itself as a place where anyone can come; to have an event, to work, to talk or to read. The only condition is to maintain human rights. Here the official and non-formal discussions, talks, trainings, seminars, press conferences, film viewings, exhibitions, and other informative and educative events are the objectives of the club. You will be offered tea, coffee, water, free internet, pens, paper and maybe even a computer. The club organizes fundraising campaigns, in the hall there is a box where people can donate to a certain cause such as cancer patients or to another cause along these lines. Additionally, the club helps those ones in need of learning the language.
What did we witness in the club? From the entrance, you will enter into a hall with tables and chairs, bookshelves, photographs on the walls and booklets on human rights and other similar topics spread around. Then there is a small kitchen with all the necessary things, in the hall there are doors taking to the big conference room and an office where Satenik and her aid work. Perhaps, there are more people working there but when we came in, they were the only ones working there. In the conference room, some people were having a discussion but then they left and a press conference began regarding the reform on transportation.