Hrant Dink Foundation archives the documents and information about the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians and Jews, continues to create an inventory of the structures of these communities such as churches, synagogues, schools, hospitals, orphanages, cemeteries; carries activities for the preservation of these structures in order to reveal and advocate the multicultural heritage; archives oral history interviews; collects, digitizes and catalogues personal archives, photographs, documents and books to contribute to the collective memory and makes these resources accessible for the use of the researchers. 

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Hrant Dink Foundation Hate Speech Digital Archive is composed of the reports produced and newspaper clippings collected under the foundation's 'Media Watch on Hate Speech' project, implemented between 2009 and 2019.

Armenian theater player, director, author and publisher, Hagop Ayvaz’s personal archive is accessible online to researchers simultaneously with the “Coulisse: Hagop Ayvaz, A Chronicler of Theater” exhibition.

The exhibition ‘Coulisse: Hagop Ayvaz, A Chronicler of Theater’  which has been prepared with the collaboration of the Theatre Foundation of Turkey and Yapı Kredi Culture, Arts and Publishing is now open at Yapı Kredi Culture Centre.