Want to learn more about the Armenian experience and genocide? These resources are great places to start...
The Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA is a hub for world-class research, teaching and public impact programs across UCLA, the United States, the Republic of Armenia and the Armenian diaspora.
Creative Armenia discovers, develops, and champions the creative visionaries who are pushing the boundaries of our cultural future.
The Armenian National Institute is dedicated to the study, research, and affirmation of the Armenian Genocide.
The Armenian Museum of America is the largest Armenian Museum in the Diaspora. It has grown into a major repository for all forms of Armenian material culture that illustrate the creative endeavors of the Armenian people over the centuries.
The Mgrublian Center for Human Rights provides an educational experience that combines classroom and hands-on learning, activism, and research to foster in students a deeper understanding of human rights in their lives, and to prepare interested students for careers and postgraduate work in related professions.
To accomplish our mission to develop empathy, understanding and respect through testimony, our programs focus on preserving and expanding our testimony collections; education through strategic partnerships; research on the history and prevention of genocide; and global outreach through compelling stories from the Visual History Archive.
Founded in 1955, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) is an independent non-profit membership organization, and one of the world's leading Armenian Studies centers and rare book libraries.
Houshamadyan is non-profit association that was founded in Berlin, Germany, in 2010. It has a basic mission: to reconstruct and preserve the memory of Armenian life in the Ottoman Empire through research.