<strong>Armenians in films: six short works by Armenian filmmakers</strong>

The “Armenians in Film” event will take place on Sunday, March 19th, 2023, at Curzon Bloomsbury, in London. It will be hosted by AGBU London and AGBU Arts!The event will start with the screening of six short films, followed by a post-screening panel discussion with the filmmakers.The list of the Films:1. “Gathering” by Alik Tamar […]

<strong>Armenian Connection to Jerusalem</strong>

The National Association for Armenian Research and Studies (NAASR) hosted an online webinar lecture on the history of the Armenian connection with Jerusalem on January 13 with Professor Claude-Armen Mutafian of Paris; the noted French mathematician turned history scholar. Watch the 53-minute-long interview here:

<strong>Музей-библиотека Бзоммара</strong>

This monastery is itself a museum of manuscripts, crosses and khatchkars. But Bzommar also contains two museums and a priceless library with illuminated Armenian manuscripts and Syriac and garshouné works. There are even ancient Coptic manuscripts on papyrus, as well as collections of rare Armenian, Hellenic and Seljuk coins. In addition to mitres, crosses, crucifixes […]

<strong>Школа молодых лидеров отмечает свой первый выпускной класс</strong>

The Young Leaders School of Echmiatsin celebrates its first class of graduates on Monday February 27th. Congratulatory remarks were offered by: The Leadership School founder, Samvel Movsisyan; DiasporArm’s Managing Director, Tsoleen Sarian; and Echmiatsinn Municipality’s Education and Culture Department Head, Lilit Hakobyan. Additional program highlights included remarks by selected graduating students, performances on violin and […]

<strong>The Armenian flag was hoisted on the Armenia-Turkey border</strong>

The Armenian tricolour was placed on the Armenia-Turkey border, in the village of Anipemza, Shirak region. Before hoisting, the Diocese of Shirak’s representatives blessed the flag in the Yereruyk Cathedral. The initiative’s authors are the members of the newly formed “Vasn Hayrenyats” (For the sake of the Homeland) national unity movement. It is planned to […]

<strong>CFTJ establishes an educational partnership with Artsakh State University</strong>

The Centre for Truth and Justice (CFTJ) is a US-based non-profit, apolitical, independent organisation formed in November 2020, immediately following the 44-Day War in Artsakh.The CFTJ has gathered evidence of the war crimes and recorded witness and victim statements through forensic investigations on-site and elsewhere since September 2020.The organisation has provided the relevant information to […]