With the participation of Rob Perks and Mary Stewart, third panel of Archiving the Memory project will discuss oral history methodology, family histories, digital archiving, ethical issues and faced challenges.

Dr. Antranig Dakessian talks on the history of the Armenian community in Lebanon. His historical periodisation of the Armenian community in Lebanon extends from the 1920's to the modern days.

Two distinct institutions, National Library of Armenia from Yerevan and Haigazian University from Beirut, that were in Istanbul for the first time, discussed whether it is possible to overcome geographical distances through digital connections.

In the second talk of conceptual discussion series, moderated by Murat Cankara, Sibel Irzık and Seval Şahin discussed the relationship between literature and discourse.

In the first talk of conceptual discussion series, moderated by Nur Betül Çelik, Nazlı Ökten and Ferda Keskin discussed the notion of discourse and the relationship between discourse and politics.

Dr. Antranik Dakessian, for the first time in Istanbul, will be talking on history of the Armenian community in Lebanon on the 10th of January, Wednesday at Hrant Dink Foundation - Havak Hall. Everyone is welcome to share this experience.

Dr. Boris Adjemian’s talks about AGBU Nubar Library’s founding process, the archival and book collections, current projects, its connection to Ottoman studies and explains how researchers can have access.

Dr. Boris Adjemian talks on Ethiopia Armenians, the history of the community, the migrations from the Ottoman Empire, the case of the orphans orchestra and the more recent situation of the community.

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.

The findings concerning printed press in Turkey between May-August 2017 and the discriminatory discourse report, 'Giaour' Discourse in Print Media was presented with a panel discussion moderated by İdil Engindeniz.

Moderated by Çiçek Tahaoğlu, women and LGBTI news editor at bianet, the panel was held with the participation of Pınar Büyüktaş from Association for Combating Sexual Violence, and Yıldız Tar from KAOS GL.

In this panel, the memorialization works, the practices of dealing with the past and the efforts for establishing a constructive dialogue will be discussed in light of the experiences of Tunnel of Hope, History Museum of Bosnia Herzegovina and Memory Lab.

Under the moderation of Gülay Günlük-Şenesen, with the participation of Ulaş Bayraktar, Aslı Atay and Burcu Yakut Çakar, the representation of women in local governments is discussed with the perspective of gender equality.

The panel 'Similar Discourses, New Methods in Turkey and Europe: Countering Hate Speech through Art and Performance' moderated by Zeynep Oral was held with the participation of Peter Molnar and İdil Engindeniz Şahan.

Media Watch on Hate Speech Project’s findings concerning Turkish printed press between January-April 2017 was presented on June 19, 2017 in Havak Hall with a panel discussion moderated by İdil Engindeniz.