Topic: diaspora

YEREVAN — The Galvanizing Diaspora program offers ten grants, each worth $10,000, to Diaspora-based Armenians who have pan-Armenian ideas and want to bring them to life. The program is implemented[...]

By Haik Khanamiryan ALMELO, Netherlands — On June 1, the Armenian community in Almelo was graced with the presence of Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, marking a significant day of commemoration for[...]

TROINEX, Switzerland — On May 7, 2024, the Armenian and Armenophile organizations of Switzerland held the constituent General Assembly of CAAS (Council of Armenian and Armenophile Organizations of Switzerland/Conseil des[...]

SALEM, Mass. — Armenians feel close to Ethiopia and Ethiopians due to centuries of relations as well as the fact that Ethiopian Christians share the same theology as the Armenian[...]

TBILISI/WATERTOWN — Bishop Kirakos Davtyan of the Diocese of the Georgian Armenians, based in Tbilisi, declared in a recent interview giving an overview of the current state of the Georgian-Armenian[...]

By Vahe Artinian Special to the Mirror-Spectator SYDNEY, Australia — Representatives of the government of the Republic of Armenia dealing with the Armenian diaspora are visiting Australia this February. This[...]

By Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan NEW YORK — For some growing up in a closely-knit Armenian community, which can be anywhere in the world outside of the present-day Republic of Armenia,[...]

The Central Board of the Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Richard Gable Hovannisian at the age[...]

WATERTOWN — The Future Armenian Convention, a type of a citizens’ assembly (see prior coverage in the Mirror-Spectator) took place in Yerevan on March 10-12. One hundred participants from Armenia[...]

WATERTOWN — The Future Armenian Convention or citizens assembly, which took place in March in Yerevan (see accompanying article), voted over three days on questions of policy and proposals for[...]