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Friday 22 April 2022

AGBU Europe Newsletter - April 2022


April 2022       
AGBU Hosts First Regional Conference for 2022 in Beirut, Lebanon
From March 17-19, 2022, 70 delegates from Armenia, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Switzerland, UK, and the US gathered in Beirut to participate in an intensive three-day conference including multiple panel discussions, public recognitions, formal dinners, and quality entertainment. This is the first of several regional summits that the AGBU central leadership has planned for over the course of this year and next in regions with a strong Armenian and AGBU presence. Considering the historically significant events and crises of the last few years of an already turbulent decade, these gatherings are intended to take serious inventory of the new realities, changing more
AGBU Europe Releases Trilingual Brochure on Nationalism, Imperialism and Humanitarianism after 1919
AGBU Europe released a brochure summing up the ideas discussed during the academic conference on Mass Violence, Genocide and International Justice after 1919, organized as part of its European Remembrance project, in partnership with the Lepsiushaus in Potsdam, EUJS and Phiren Amenca. Available in English, French and German, the 20-page brochure can be downloaded on the project more
AGBU YP Yerevan organize Networking Event on IT Industry in Armenia
Armenian youth interested in entering the IT sector were treated to a networking event, organized by AGBU Young Professionals of Yerevan. Entitled "Guide to Armenia's IT Industry", the event featured an informative workshop and a panel discussion with top IT professionals of Armenia. In all, the central messaging of the event was to inform the audience what roles exist in the IT landscape while also notifying them more
AGBU Marseille celebrates Armenian Easter


Families and children gathered at AGBU in Marseille on April 3 to celebrate Armenian Easter and its traditions with festive workshops, including egg painting and tcheureg more

AGBU ARMAT brings Youth Together for Monthly Virtual Meetups to Explore their Roots and Heritage
AGBU ARMAT is designed to bring youth ages 8-12 together for monthly virtual meetups to connect and socialize with other children around the world in a secure social network environment. Guided by educational instructors, participants follow the traces of our history and culture, discovering new facts and hidden treasures of Armenia. Through engaging activities, they meet famous and more
Publications by AGBU
Articles in French by AGBU in NAM
Nouvelles d'Arménie Magazine

- Le camp Nairi


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