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Thursday 27 January 2022

AGBU Europe Newsletter - January 2022

January 2022       
Labor of Love
AGBU Hye Geen to Extend its Reach to Artsakh
More than a year later, there is still no escaping the devastating impact of the 2020 Artsakh War. With thousands dead, thousands more injured, and a majority of Artsakh’s indigenous Armenian population displaced, the region continues to be plagued by a crippling uncertainty. And yet, despite all of this loss, there is still new life being born in Artsakh. Motherhood has not stopped and neither have the challenges that come along with it. In Artsakh today, there has been a sharp increase in the number of newborn abnormalities and fetal deaths. The need to access safe abortions and the frequency of surrendering more
Welcome the 2022 Creative Armenia-AGBU Fellows
Creative Armenia and the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) are thrilled to expand on their long-standing partnership and announce that ten cutting-edge creators have been selected as 2022 Creative Armenia-AGBU Fellows. Now entering its fourth year, the Fellowships program is an exclusive opportunity for the discovery, development, and promotion of rising talents across the arts. A year-long package of support includes funding, mentorship, more
AGBU ACT French Volunteer Advocates
for Armenia and Artsakh
It's just past daybreak on a Wednesday morning in New York City but Clément Chantre has been wide awake, emailing members of the French Parliament about a budding new project to renovate a kindergarten classroom in the town of Chambarak, Armenia. This is only the first item on his agenda. Throughout the day, he’ll tackle courses at Columbia University and network with other lawyers and nongovernmental organizations to more
Alumni Spotlight:
Gor Nazaryan


It's tough to imagine AGBU Scholarship Recipient Gor Nazaryan as a shy schoolkid in Yerevan who would turn bright red when teachers called on him and once failed a public speaking course. Now a charismatic public representative for Teach For Armenia, Nazaryan spends his days networking with and recruiting future teachers and leaders, empowering underserved communities of rural Armenia. In this interview, Gor Nazaryan discusses his vocation for more

This interview with political analyst Vicken Cheterian was conducted in Berlin during the academic conference "Genocide, Mass Violence and International Justice after 1919", organized as part of the European Remembrance project carried out by AGBU Europe, in partnership with the Lepsiushaus in Potsdam, EUJS and Phiren Amenca, with the support of the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European
Articles in French by AGBU in NAM
Nouvelles d'Arménie Magazine

Concerts du Gurdjieff Ensemble en France


- Joyeux anniversaire à Arménie, Terre de Vie


Read the articles in French

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