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Announcing 10th Annual Genocide & Human Rights University Program

The International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies is now receiving applications for the 2011 Genocide and Human Rights University Program (”GHRUP”). The program, now in its 10th year, is a comprehensive, two-week, 65-hour graduate-level seminar taught by ten leading experts in their fields. It uses a comparative and multi-disciplinary approach, incorporating genocide theory, history, sociology, political science and international law.

Written by Admin    Thursday, 18 November 2010 12:30    PDF Print E-mail

After months of preparation, the USC Institute of Armenian Studies is set to present on November 20, a one-day symposium on the Armenian Diaspora in its present configuration, focusing on the imperatives and determinants of collective action, and to explore the modalities of achieving it through electoral processes.

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Written by Admin    Wednesday, 03 November 2010 12:35    PDF Print E-mail
Armenier fordern neue Integrationsdebatte

Die Integrationsdebatte, die seit Monaten durch Deutschland schwappt, bewegt sich so sehr an der Oberfläche, dass sie niemandem wirklich weh tut. Das bemängelt der Zentralrat der Armenier in Deutschland (ZAD). Glaubensfreiheit ist verfassungsgemäßes Recht, ob jemand Christ ist oder Muslim oder Jude, Agnostiker oder Anhänger irgendeiner anderen spirituellen Bewegung darf keine Rolle spielen.

Written by Admin    Tuesday, 31 August 2010 11:33    PDF Print E-mail
Genocide and Its Prevention Tackled by Students from 7 Countries

Students from Argentina, Canada, Greece, Italy, Nepal, Turkey, and the United States just completed the 9th annual Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP), held in partnership by the International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (IIGHRS) (A Division of the Zoryan Institute) and the University of Toronto.

"I have been involved with GHRUP since its first seminar nine years ago. What I can say about some 250 graduates of this program is that the students, their commitment, their diversity, yet the intense bonding that develops among them, have been extraordinary to behold,” stated Prof. Roger W. Smith, Director of the Genocide and Human Rights University Program, held annually in Toronto. “The outstanding students and faculty, the intellectual seriousness, and the free discussion that develops in the seminar are among the high points of my teaching career.  The participants in the seminar report that they have learned much in the course, not only about factual, legal, and historical matters, but about themselves and others, leading to a change in attitudes, ranging from career goals to a greatly expanded sense of empathy.”

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 August 2010 11:35 )
Written by Admin    Sunday, 24 January 2010 07:46    PDF Print E-mail
International Conference & Student Workshop on the Armenian Diaspora
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You can read the whole Conference Program here.

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Hymns and Poems Through Which the Armenians Have Cried Out Against their Persecution

December 4, 1915

IN this time of bitter grief among the Armenian people, readers of THE SURVEY may like to look into their thoughts and aspirations as revealed in their poetry. For among the people of many nationalities that have been flung into the American melting pot, the Armenians have one of the most interesting and heroic histories.


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