Due to high participation and interest level, the competition was held on two days, and over 100 high school students participated.
“From the beginning we had the feeling that this precious documentary, seemingly fragile yet in its essence as resilient and enduring as an archaeological artifact, would be awarded”, said FHIFF director Sara Ferro.
According to the survey, 89% of alumni living in Armenia are employed. While in the early years of AUA’s existence many alumni sought work abroad, there has been a distinct downtrend in alumni leaving Armenia according to the report.
Gayane Hovsepyan applied to the program and by receiving the necessary mentoring, support, consultations and financial assistance, opened the kids café in Heshtia, which created six new jobs in the village.
The IMF is an international organization conceived in 1944, which aims to foster global economic cooperation, ensure and maintain stability in the international monetary system, and to prevent economic crises.
AUA alumni living and working in Barcelona and London had the chance of meeting each other and learning about the recent developments of their alma mater.
The donations include two notable collections of books, one from Zaven and Sonia Akian and the other from Joseph Oughourlian.
Upon successful completion of academy, Margaryan will achieve her objective of becoming a state prosecutor.
The launch of the “.հայ” domain aims to promote the national alphabet on the Internet and to develop local content accessible to only those who speak Armenian.
Since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War, approximately 22,500 Syrian Armenians have arrived in the Republic of Armenia, according to the government and UN statistics. Based on figures provided by Syrian community leaders, Toghramadjian estimated that around 13,000 of them remain in the country today.