Look at these excited campers! The kids at Colonie des Vacances, in the French Alps, celebrated 35 years of summer fun with food, dancing, music, sports and skits. And extra-special thanks to Hermine Duzian for her 3 decades of leadership! ... See MoreSee Less
Almost there: Our favorite mountain climber, conqueror of Mt. Everest and Run(er) for Peace, Ara Khatchadourian was greeted warmly in Gyumri yesterday, and plans on reaching Yerevan by tomorrow. Cheer him on! ... See MoreSee Less
Making headlines again is Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan / Նիկոլ Փաշինյան. This time, he’s included as one of the four people that TIME Magazine lauds for ‘keeping the dream of democracy alive’ throughout the world.
What a beautiful essay: AGBU alumnus and architect Griselda Balian of UGAB Buenos Aires weaves the story of her great-grandfather’s survival through the Genocide with her current friendship with a fellow Armenian. The result is a profound portrait of modern-day diasporan Armenians. Jóvenes Profesionales - AGBU YP Buenos Aires
AGBU Social justice was an integral part of Zabel Yessayan’s writing, and her book In the Ruins, about the Adana massacres, is a harrowing example. In our latest WebTalks video, Judith Saryan explains the story behind the book’s writing. www.agbuwebtalks.org Judith Saryan Zabel Yesayan - Զապէլ Եսայեան ... See MoreSee Less
The budding young filmmakers of Artsakh got a chance to learn from documentary director Emily Mkrtichian during a TUMOxAGBU Stepanakert workshop this month. The focus was on exploring the history Nagorno-Karabakh through the point of view of women. Tumo Center for Creative Technologies AGBU Armenia Emily Mkrtichian ... See MoreSee Less