Topic: Zoryan Institute

TORONTO — The Zoryan Institute is pleased to announce its return for the second consecutive year to Genocide Awareness Week, an event hosted at Arizona State University (ASU) from April[...]

OTTAWA — On February 22, 60 new members were invested into the Order of Canada at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. The Order of Canada is a Canadian state order and[...]

TORONTO — December 10 marks the 75th Anniversary of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. For[...]

TORONTO — The Zoryan Institute has announced a book talk with Dr. Elyse Semerdjian, titled, “Sifting through Remnants: Locating the Voices of Women Survivors.” This free event is taking place[...]

LOS ANGELES — Bars Media Films, the newly established branch in Los Angeles of Armenia’s largest independent documentary production company, is proud to announce its first-ever animated feature, which is[...]

YEREVAN ( — The state-supported animated documentary, “Aurora’s Sunrise,” directed by Inna Sahakyan, won the Best International Film Award at the MiradasDoc Festival, Spain’s foremost documentary film festival, which[...]

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Prof. Roger W. Smith, Chair of the Academic Board of Zoryan Institute (2004-2022) and longtime Program Director of the Institute’s annual Genocide and Human Rights University Program[...]

YEREVAN — At only 14, in 1915, Aurora Mardiganian faced the horrors of the Armenian Genocide. Within a year, witnessing the deaths of everyone in her family, Aurora had lost[...]

ANN ARBOR, MI – On Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m., the Center for Armenian Studies at the University of Michigan is hosting actress, performer, producer, and civil rights activist[...]

TORONTO – The Zoryan Institute announced this week that three new members have accepted the institute’s invitation to serve on its Corporate Board of Directors: Diran Avedian from Montreal, Canada;[...]