Practices of Dealing with Difficult Pasts: Experiences of NGOs
Good Practices in Memory, Testimony, and Technology: Activities on the I Witness Platform
The panel on Gender Equality and Discrimination in Media was held
Izmir and the Region: Hundred Years of Social, Economic and Cultural Change, 1850 - 1950
The panel, which will be organized on the 15th of December by Hrant Dink Foundation and DVV International will focus on the experiences of NGO’s from different countries on their practices of dealing with difficult pasts.
With the moderation of Jillian Lipman from Zachor Foundation for Social Remembrance, a workshop focusing on testimony and memory will be held by using I Witness website developed by USC Shoah Foundation.
The conference dealing with Izmir and the region's social, economic and cultural change between 1850 and 1950 took place on 24-25 November 2017, in Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center in Izmir. You can watch the presentation videos here.
Everyone is invited to the presentation of Dr. Boris Adjemian, the director of this prominent institution, who is going to present on the history and archive of the AGBU Nubar Library.
We invite you to the presentation of the historian Dr. Boris Adjemian titled as “Writing the History of a Vanishing Homeland in Diaspora: Armenians in Ethiopia” on December 6th, at 18.30.
The panel, “Practices of dealing with difficult pasts: Bosnia and Herzegovina” organized by the Hrant Dink Foundation and DVV International took place in Hrant Dink Foundation Havak Hall on 01 December 2017.
2017 Chirac Prize Ceremony was held in Paris. President of Hrant Dink Foundation, Rakel Dink, received the prize from the President of French Republic Emmanuel Macron.
Discover the opportunities for cooperation and enjoy going beyond borders. Individuals and groups from Armenia and Turkey are supported for their visit to neighbouring country. Deadline for this terms is October 1st, 2018.