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KOHAR, in a gracious act of benevolence, donated the proceeds of its three-day concerts in Lebanon on September 24, 25 & 26 to four Armenian local schools: the proceeds were divided equally among St. Karasnits Mangants School, Apkarian School, Roupinian School and Aksor Kassardjian School. Endeavoring to preserve and promulgate the Armenian alphabet, and adhering to the Kingdom of Cilicia’s native roots, KOHAR believes that the formation of the Armenian identity starts at an Armenian school, and thus accolades the conscience of parents to enroll their children during this critical economic period to attend Armenian schools to advance their children’s knowledge and national identity. KOHAR, with its commendable deed, thus supports the Armenian school and teacher who are entirely dedicated to the intellectual development of future Armenian generations. This donation will be distributed to the teachers of the schools evenly. Congratulations to KOHAR and long live its mission.

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ANCT Update (November 2010)

Armenian National Committee of Canada members meet with Liberal leader, Michael Ignatieff

On November 6, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff and a group of his associates visited the Armenian Community Centre of Montreal. During the visit, he took the time to meet with members of the Armenian National Committees of Canada and Montreal as well as ARF Bureau member Hagop Der Khatchadourian. Mr. Ig­ natieff heard the concerns of the ArmenianCanadian community, including proper recog­ nition of the Armenian Genocide and the cre­ ation of a Canadian Embassy in Armenia, and he promised to work on solutions regarding these issues. He also spoke of Ottawa’s duty to encourage NATO to use its alliance with Ankara and push for the Turkish government’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide. Also present during the meeting was Liberal candi­ date Noushig Eloyan, who will be running for office in the region of Ahuntsic, Montreal during the next federal election. Armenian National Committee of Toron­

to’s Raffi Sarkissian Participates in Ho­ locaust Education Week

On November 7, Armenian National Com­ mittee of Toronto (ANCT) representative Raffi Sarkissian participated in a symposium entitled Legacy: A Symposium Exploring the Future of Holocaust Remembrance which was organized by the Sarah and Chaim Neurberger Holocaust Center during Holocaust Education Week. In the presence of approximately one hun­ dred attendees, Raffi discussed the legacy of the Armenian Genocide for the new generation, telling the audience, “They called those who lived after the genocide survivors; every gen­ eration thereafter, to this day, continues to struggle to survive. It was surviving physical genocide yesterday, today it is assimilation, the white genocide as we call it, the legacy of the red. Uprooted, Western Armenian identity slowly disintegrates with every new generation born outside its rightful home. My generation and I are caught in the last stage of genocide

- denial - another legacy of the crime. We are the new victims to this 95 year old crime which continues to inflict pain, trauma, and suffering every day the Turkish government actively denies my generation the right to mourn, to remember and to educate.” Raffi also participated in a closing panel discussing the future of Holocaust and genocide memory and remembrance. Here Raffi stressed the urgency to work to end genocide denial which presents itself as a barrier to remem­ brance. “The Turkish government continues to deny the Armenian Genocide and in place of restoring and building sites to preserve the memory of those killed, vital to education and societal change, they have ordered to system­ atically destroy sites and fabricate history. The Turkish government has failed to maintain sites similar to Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Krakow which have become important places to edu­ cate the new generation and prevent future cases of genocide.” The event was filled with thought provoking workshops which involved interesting conver­ sations. The organizers were successful in encouraging the participants to reflect about their role in educating about genocide and preserving memory.

Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff meets with ANC delegation.

ANCT Introduces Town Hall Meetings

ANCT is introducing regular town hall-style meetings for the community. The meetings will take place every few months, and will serve to better inform community members regarding ANCT’s initiatives. These meeting will also allow community members to give feedback and become more involved with certain projects, lending towards more interactive participation from the community. The first ANCT Town Hall is scheduled for January 14, 2011 inside the Armenian Youth Centre theatre. Look for more details in the weeks leading up to the first gathering.

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ANCT Representative Raffi Sarkissian with other panel members, including keynote speaker Prof. Shelley Horenstein and Holocaust survivor Martin Maxwell. Armenian Cause. While we may never win the “money war” against our opponents, every little bit helps toincrease our resources and ability to leverage the activism of our community

Canada to Resettle More Iraqi Refugees more than doubled the number of resettled refugees it would welcome through its mission in Damascus, where most Iraqi refugees apply. Canada committed to resettling approximately 2,500 refugees a year under its private sponsorship program between 2009 and 2011. In 2010, Canada also increased the number of refugees from Damascus it plans to resettle through the UN program as governmentassisted refugees, from 1,400 to 1,800 per year. “These refugees choose to wait for the chance to come to Canada legally, rather than pay human smugglers to help them jump the queue. The Government of Canada appreciates their respect for our laws, and we look forward to welcoming them to Canada”, said Minister Kenney. “It is unfair to those seeking to come to Canada through legitimate, legal means such as the measure I am announcing today, when others pay human smugglers to help jump our immigration queue. When this happens, Canada’s immigration system becomes less fair, and less balanced.”

Canada will extend its measures for Iraqi refugees for at least two additional years, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced on October 23. As a result of the announcement, Canada will resettle an additional 3400 refugees. In 2009, in response to ongoing conditions in Iraq and requests from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Canada

With today’s announcement, this commitment has been extended by least two additional years to 2013. “Canada already has a generous resettlement program. And now, up to 3,400 more refugees will find protection in Canada,” said Minister Kenney. “At a time when many other countries are scaling back their refugee programs, we are actually expanding ours.” As part of the Balanced Refugee Reform Act, which was passed into law earlier this

summer, the Government of Canada will increase the number of resettled refugees received each year by 20 percent. This includes 2,000 more spots in the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program and 500 more government-assisted refugees. This means that Canada will welcome as many as 14,500 refugees a year through its resettlement programs. Canada already resettles one out of every 10 refugees or 10 percent of the refugees resettled globally through its refugee programs. These increases come as Minister Kenney is encouraging more groups to come forward and sponsor a refugee. “Canada has a long humanitarian tradition of helping those most in need. Over the last few years, we have resettled more than 3,900 Karen from Thailand and we are in the process of resettling up to 5,000 Bhutanese refugees from Nepal.” Canada is a global leader in resettlement. In fact, thirty years ago, thanks to the outpouring of support from Canadians, the Private Sponsorship of Refugees program came into being as we welcomed more than 60,000 refugees from Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. More recently, Canada welcomed the remaining Vietnamese who had been living in the Philippines without status since the late 1970s. In total, through the PSR Program, Canada has welcomed more than 200,000 refugees from all over the world, over and above the number of refugees resettled through the government assisted program.

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Genocide Education Project Trains Canadian Teachers

The Genocide Education Project provided instruction on teaching the Armenian Genocide to nearlly 100 teachers attending a conference in Alberta, October 15-17. The joint effort with the Armenian National Committee of CanadaWestern Region was part of the Alberta Teachers’ Association’s annual conference for social studies educators, in Jasper, Alberta. Educators from across the province attended the conference. Arthur Tachdjian of the ANCCWR, said the value of the teacher-training ses­ sions will expand exponentially. “The one hundred educators we worked with will, in turn, teach over one hundred students per year about the Armenian Genocide,” he said. “In just one year, approximately three thousand students in Alberta will now have the opportunity to learn about the Armenian Genocide.” Sara Cohan, Education Director of The Genocide Education Project, conducted presen­ tations on “The Fundamentals of Genocide Ed­ ucation and the Armenian Case,” as well as on the use of survivor testimony and family histories in the teaching of the Armenian Genocide. Varou­ jan Basmadjian, a Vancouver resident, spoke to the teachers about his personal family history and the importance of teaching youth about genocide prevention. Participants received CDROMs containing lesson plans and additional resources for use in the classroom. In Alberta, teaching about genocide is re­ quired for eleventh grade social studies classes. Many conference attendees said the sessions on the Armenian Genocide motivated their at­ tendance and they expressed their appreciation for the lesson plans and other resources they can now incorporate into their curriculum.


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The Armenian Football Phenom: Henrikh Mkhitaryan by Armen Bedakian Henrikh Mkhitaryan is no ordinary Armenian footballer. Born in Yerevan, Henrikh, the son of former national team player Hamlet Mkhitaryan, is quickly proving himself on the European stage. The dream of playing in the Europe’s stronger leagues is one that runs in the family; his father, Hamlet, played with the now dissolved French amateur side ASOA Valence, having spent the course of his professional career in FC Ararat Yerevan. Henrikh is following in his father’s footsteps, plying his trade abroad, all the while leaving a few footprints of his own. Henrikh’s impressive 30 goals in 90 games for Pyunik Yerevan caught the eye of mid-table Ukrainian outfit FC Metalurh Donetsk, whom he signed for in 2009. An incredible 12 goals in 36 games from midfield quickly garnered much attention in the country, and soon, league powerhouse and UEFA Champions League competing side Shakhtar Donetsk came knocking. Henrikh penned a five-year contract on August 30th, for a reported transfer fee of 7.5 million dollars, a new record for an Armenian player. Henrikh is not only scoring goals, now he’s beginning to make a name for himself, the likes of which an Armenian footballer hasn’t managed to do, or to as much effect, for the past several decades. Henrikh is not the first Armenian player to

ply his trade in Europe’s elite leagues; Edgar Manucharyan, now back in Armenia with Pyunik, had a less-than-successful five years with Dutch side Ajax Amsterdam, scoring no goals yet showed great potential. However, Mkhitaryan, having cracked his way into a consistent playing role with Shakhtar, has surpassed his predecessors in terms of tangible success. Opening his goal scoring account against Tavria FC, Mkhitaryan now boasts an impressive 5 goals in 9 games for Shakhtar; all of this at the incredibly young age of 22. Sporting Director Serhiy Palkyn said of Henrikh, “[Head Coach] Mircea Lucescu first noticed Mkhitaryan when he was at Pyunik. He showed his qualities at Metalurh and became a leader of their team. Hopefully he can fulfill his potential at our club.” Henrikh, whose side now leads the table with 43 points, is taking his newfound responsibility step-by-step, soaking in the prestige of European football. However, Henrikh is already dreaming of greener pastures. Ambition is abundant in the young star, who dreams of playing for English powerhouse Arsenal FC. Shakhtar take on Arsenal in a double-fixture against Arsene Wegner’s young Gunners, and Mkhitaryan intends on taking full advantage of this chance. Henrikh tells armfootball.com,

“Very soon I will be in the Champions League double header with the team of my dreams – Arsenal. I have a unique opportunity to show my skills to Arsene Wenger, and I will use these matches to try and impress him.” His European success has also landed him a spot on the national squad, and Henrikh has translated his club goal scoring form into international goals as well. Having played 19 games since his full team debut in 2007, Henrikh has begun to showcase his talent on the international stage, scoring 4 goals as Armenia climbs the Euro Cup Group B table. Armenia, who now sit 3rd behind Ireland and Russia, have Mkhitaryan to thank for an impressive and historic 3-1 victory over Slovakia, as well as a routine 2-0 win over minnow side Andorra. The changing of the guards, as they say, has begun to take place for the Armenian National team, as Henrikh, along with former Real Salt Lake forward Yura Movsisyan, begin the younger, faster and fitter Armenian footballing revolution. How much more Henrikh Mkhitaryan has to give to both Shakhtar and Armenia is yet to be seen. However, Armenian football fans have found the young hotshot player they have been craving to see for many years, and the results are now starting to show. Should Armenia qualify for the Euro Cup in two years time,

Mkhitaryan (R) is blocked by Turkish defender Ömer Erdo•an (L) during Armenia's 2-0 loss against Turkey. Mkhitaryan will be one to watch. Only time will tell, but for now, it’s up to Henrikh Mkhitaryan to step his game up even further and lead his side to glory. Armenian football fans, get ready, sit back, and enjoy, as the new wave of Armenian footballer, highlighted in Henrikh Mkhitaryan, begins to flourish.

A classical concert by Elie Berberian “ALO ALO”… It’s Harout Bedrossian and Nayiri Choir by Katya Der Hovagimian

Elie Berberian and Nayiri Choir perform at Clearview Christian Reformed Church, Oakville. by Ani Kerametlian On November 6, 2010, St Vartan Church of Mississauga, under the auspices of his grace Bishop Bagrat Gulstanyan, presented a classical concert with tenor Elie Berberian and Nayiri Armenian Choir of Toronto directed by maestro Sarkis Hamboyan. The concert was held at Clearview Christian Reformed Church in Oakville. Elie Berberian was accompanied by the talented pianist, Khatchadour Khazarian. While the pianist for the Nayiri Choir was Sona Hov­ sepian, who is also an accomplished singer. Elie Berberian and Nayiri Choir performed separately and they shared the stage with three songs. Vazken Altounian, the chairman of the parish council at St. Vartan Church presented the opening remarks for the evening followed by the concert done in two parts. A delightful piano interlude was played by Khatchadour Khazarian immediately following the intermission. In Part I Elie Berberian opened the perfor­ mance with some Armenian songs by Gomidas Vartabed and Ara Alexanian, followed by several Italian melodies. The highlight of the first part was a trio of songs that Berberian dedicated to his mother and to all the mothers around the world. These songs were: ‘Ave Maria’ (Franz

Schubert), ’ Mamma’ (Cesare Bixio) and ‘Eem Mayrig’ (Alexander Adjemian) After the three songs, Nayiri Choir joined him to sing ‘Yes Eem Anoush Hayasdani’ (Ashot Satian). Nayiri Choir closed the 1st part by performing three choral pieces which included an immortal masterpiece by Gomidas Vartabed called “Koutanerk”. Following the piano interlude, Berberian opened the second part with Etude op.10 No 5 by Frederic Chopin. It was followed by a few Armenian songs highlighted with ‘Yerevan Ere­ poony’ (Edgar Hovhannessian), ‘Pari Arakil ‘(Alexander Hekimian) and ‘Tamam Ashkhar’ (Sayat Nova). Berberian continued the set with more Neapolitan Pieces that culminated with ‘Finiculi Funicula’( Luigi Denza). For this song Nayiri Choir rejoined him. Nayiri Choir then presented two more choral pieces. The performance was concluded with the song ‘Genatz Yerk’ (Alexander Hekimian) together with Elie Berberian. Rev. Fr. Myron Sarkissian, the parish priest of St Vartan Church of Mississauga made the closing remarks. Elie Berberian’s voice and performance captivated the public. Nayiri Choir of Toronto, a unique vocal ensemble of dedicated amateur singers, was impressive with its interpretation and execution of choral music.

We all know Harout Bedrossian as an active member of our community; we’ve heard him perform many times at our local barahanteses and events, but not many of us know how much he has achieved within the past year outside the four walls of our community centre. For instance, Harout has been all across the east coast this past year performing at dinner dances in Detroit and Boston, as well as at the Homenetmen East Coast Games in New Jersey this past July; he also performed at the Sourp Hagop Kermes this past summer in Montreal. However, probably the most impressive is his concert in Brazil. This past March, Harout was invited to Sao Paulo, Brazil for a live concert hosted by “Radio Eterna Armenia”, which was very successful and well-received extending his fan base in South America. His most recent accomplishment is his newest single “Alo Alo”, which has impressively seized over 28 000 hits on YouTube within a 3 month span. This song has surpassed all his other works to date. To Harout, this song is “proof that more than ever people are interested in what I am doing”. His songs are now being played on Armenian stations across Lebanon, France and L.A and his music videos are being showcased on Horizon TV in California. This is a huge milestone for a singer with such humble origins who started out within our agoump not too long ago. Harout put his band together back in 2002 and has come a long way since then. When I asked him if he would categorize this project as an occupation or a hobby, he called it a “passion”. He said to him it’s a passion to come up with Armenian material and with the success of “Alo Alo” he said that “all songs come from my heart and they all have meaning and somewhere someone hears it and it resonates with them”. The fact that he is labeled by his songs to him is an accomplishment as it shows that people are listening to his work and it’s sticking with them; when he released “haroutbedrossian.com”, people called him bedrossian.com, with the release of “Ayo” his name changed to Ayo and now with the success of “Alo Alo”… well, I think you get the picture. Many have said that Harout Bedrossian has a brighter future singing in English or Arabic, to this he responds by saying, “Armenian is in my blood. Maybe I would do better singing in English or Arabic, financially it would make more sense, but I would be selfish in doing that”. To Harout, singing in Armenian is important not only to keep the tradition alive but to encourage

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the younger generation to express themselves in an Armenian tradition, whether it be in the form of visual arts or musically. The controversy over “rabiz” comes up quite often for Armenian singers. Rabiz music is a genre in which the product is infused with Turkish and foreign beats and ornamentation. Harout’s response to the rabiz question is quite amiable. He says he respects all genres of our music, whether it is patriotic, traditional, rabiz, etc. but he does not label himself as rabiz. “To be a complete singer, you have to have knowledge of every style out there to give a well-rounded performance on stage”. Although he is not a rabiz singer, he does not deny the fact that he sings rabiz songs at events because that is what his clientele wants to hear, but in the studio, he concentrates on the songs he wrote. He hopes to start introducing his original singles 5 years down the road. So what is in Harout Bedrossian’s future? Well, he hopes to release a new song and music video in February 2011, and closer to date, he will be performing with his band at a community dinner dance on Christmas Eve.


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World Bank Finds Little Change In Armenian Business Environment (RFE/RL)- Armenia's business environment still leaves much to be desired despite being more favorable than in most countries of the world, the World Bank said in an annual survey released recently. The bank’s “Doing Business 2011” survey rates 183 economies on nine aspects of government regulation of domestic firms, including investor protection and the ease of starting and closing businesses and registering property. Armenia is 48th in the rankings topped by Singapore, down from 43rd place in occupied last year. By comparison, neighboring Georgia and Azerbaijan, ranked 12th and 54th respectively. The report found an improvement in only one research category: Trading across borders. “Armenia made trading across borders easier by introducing self-declaration desks at customs houses and warehouses, improving border operations through investments in new equipment, and introducing a risk management system,” it said. In all other categories, the country’s ratings have slightly worsened over the past year. Tax

administration remains the Achilles heel of the Armenian business environment. According to the World Bank, only 14 other nations have more cumbersome and complicated tax procedures. The authors of its survey argued that Armenian businesses have to pay various taxes as many as 50 times a year and spend an average of 581 hours on that, much more than companies in developed Western countries. Still, the country’s combined tax rate of about 41 percent is slightly below the Western average. Armenia continued to score poorly on investor protection and the issuance of government permits for construction. But it again received much higher marks in the business and property registration categories. The survey said it takes 15 days to start up a business there. The average business registration period in the developed world is about 14 days. Also, Armenia ranked 5th in the world in terms of the simplicity of legal procedures for registering property. In a separate statement, the World Bank stressed that its survey does not assess all

aspects of business regulation around the world. “For example, it does not measure security, macroeconomic stability, corruption, skill level, or the strength of financial systems,” it said. Nor does it gauge the extent of fair business competition in a particular economy. A lack of such competition in Armenia, resulting in the effective monopolization of some lucrative forms of business, is a major source of

complaints from local entrepreneurs. That is also widely seen as a serious hurdle to the country’s economic development. The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have long been pressing the Armenian authorities to improve the investment climate and tackle government corruption. A high-level IMF mission called for “bolder and deeper reforms” in that area following a September visit to Yerevan.

Armenian IT Firm Shortlisted For U.S. Global Award (RFE/RL)- Armenia's largest information technology (IT) firm was honored by the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan recently for being shortlist for an annual U.S. government award given to American-owned companies around the world. The U.S. State Department established the Award for Corporate Excellence (ACE) in 1999 to promote “good corporate citizenship, innovation, and democratic principles” worldwide. This year’s selection process has involved about 80 companies nominated by U.S. ambassadors abroad. Twelve of them were recently chosen by the department as finalists recently. The shortlist includes Synopsis-Armenia. The company employing more than 400 people is part of the California-based Synopsis group, one of the world’s leading suppliers of software for semiconductor design and manufacturing. The shortlisting earned Synopsis a special award from Marie Yovanovitch, the U.S. ambassador to Armenia. It was given at a ceremony held in the company’s Yerevan headquarters. Speaking at ceremony, Yovanovitch said, “Synopsis was recognized for its promotion of U.S. and foreign investment by showcasing Armenia as a potential IT hub, its collaboration with universities on IT training programs, and

its reduction of pollution levels in Armenia by planting hundreds of trees to counter recent deforestation.” “The main significance of this award is that our work is appreciated,” Hovik Musayelian, the Synopsis-Armenia chief executive, said for his part. “Appreciated not just by our company management or the [Armenian] government but by a country that is interested in seeing its companies invest all over the world and act as carriers of corporate excellence.” The State Department is due to select the winner of the 2010 ACE and runners-up of the contest next month. Among the shortlisted contenders are subsidiaries of U.S. corporate giants like General Electric, Cisco Systems and Intel. “I very much hope that Synopsis-Armenia will be one of the top three companies,” Musayelian told journalists. Successive Armenian governments have declared the development of IT a top economic priority. Armenia’s IT sector is dominated by Synopsis and several other Silicon Valley firms that have branches in the country. The sector’s development had for years been hampered by a legal monopoly on telecommunication services enjoyed by the ArmenTel national phone operator. The Armenian telecom market was liberalized five years ago.

Armenian Minimum Wage Raised ARF Not Satisfied (RFE/RL) -- Armenia’s parliament approved on November 16 a modest increase in the national minimum wage proposed by the government and dismissed as insignificant by its opposition minority. Under a relevant bill passed by the National Assembly, the minimum monthly wage will rise from 30,000 to 32,500 drams ($90) starting from next January. The figure will still be well below the cost of the official minimum consumer basket that currently stands at 41,500 drams. The Armenian government had pledged to gradually raise the minimum wage to that level by 2012. Hakob Hakobian, the chairman of the parliament committee on social affairs, said last year’s economic recession called that objective into question. “At the moment we can not achieve that because of the economic crisis,” he said. The two opposition parties represented in the parliament dismissed these explanations as they pushed for a higher income threshold. One of them, Zharangutyu n (Heritage), wants it to be set at 45,000 drams. “A sum can be called a wage only if it’s not below the per-capita consumer basket,” said Larisa Alaverdian, one of its parliament deputies.

The other party, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, is seeking an even sharper increase that would ban state and private employers from paying their workers less than 55,000 drams a month. Artsvik Minasian, an ARF deputy, said it will circulate a corresponding bill in the coming days. Both the government and its loyal parliament majority have made clear that they will block the opposition initiatives which they say would put a heavy burden on public finances and the private sector. Hakobian also argued that public sector employees across Armenia already no less than 40,000 drams a month. Minasian claimed that the government could double the state budget if it pursued “correct economic policies.” He specifically called for a genuine government crackdown on the informal sector of the Armenian economy and other manifestations of tax evasion. According to the National Statistical Service (NSS), the country’s average monthly wage rose by 8 percent to just over 106,000 drams ($295) in the first nine months of this year. The increase was effectively nullified by higher-than-expected consumer price inflation.

U.S. Ambassabor Marie Yovanovitch gives an award to Hovik Musayelian, CEO of Synopsis-Armenia, 10 November, 2010.

Armenian Ministers Make 'Radical' Anti-Graft Proposals To PM

(RFE/RL)- Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian said he has received "radical" reform proposals from the agriculture, finance, education, and health ministers in response to his harsh criticism of corruption in their ministries. Sarkisian at a recent cabinet session criticized the four ministers and instructed them to come up with plans to remedy the situation. He also demanded the dismissal of high-ranking officials in their ministries who he said were responsible for corruption or mismanagement. At least four such officials, including two deputy health ministers, have since resigned. None of them apparently risks criminal prosecution, a fact that has raised questions about the real motives of Sarkisian's actions. Sarkisian on November 18 praised the proposals submitted to him by the four ministers. "In essence, dear colleagues, radical solutions are proposed with these documents," he told the cabinet. "After getting feedback from the society, we need to rapidly implement those programs." Sarkisian added that more staff changes should be expected in the agencies soon. Agriculture Minister Gerasim Alaverdian

told RFE/RL that he is determined to ensure the dismissal of Vram Gyulzadian, head of an Agriculture Ministry department dealing with food safety. Alaverdian's ministry last week formally asked the Civil Service Council to sanction the dismissal. There have been no sackings yet within the Education Ministry. "The prime minister didn't speak of corruption within our ministry, the prime minister spoke of corruption in the education system," Education Minister Armen Ashotian said as he unveiled his 16-point reform plan after the cabinet meeting. Ashotian said the set of legislative and administrative measures will "drastically reduce corruption risks" in public education in the next two years. In particular, he wants his ministry to have greater authority over schools and universities, which he said are the hotbeds of corrupt practices affecting the sector. Ashotian's plan also calls for a stricter ban on cash payments demanded by school principals from students' parents, ostensibly for school needs, and would expand the powers of university councils overseeing rectors.


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Telethon 2010 Raises $20.8 Million Pan-European Phoneathon generates 1.3M euros

On November 25, Hayastan All Armenian Fund concluded its 13th annual telethon—a 12-hour non-stop live broadcast from Los An­ geles. Summing up the results of a yearlong effort, which included a whole range of fund­ raising activities, the Fund raised US$20,862,733 (last year’s figure was US$15,875,043) in donations and pledges. Proceeds from Telethon will bring water to the rural communities in Karabagh and will build a new hospital in Martuni, Karabagh. The live program featured a rich presen­ tation of Armenian music and entertainment, as well as celebrities, political and community leaders, and long time Armenia Fund supporters and donors. The Telethon culminates Armenia Fund’s global fundraising campaigns that included Phone-a-thons, gala dinners, and benefit con­ certs, as well as the annual benefit gala held in Moscow and the 11th Pan-European Phonea-thon held in Paris. One of eight provinces in the NagornoKarabagh Republic, Martuni is located to the east of the capital Stepanakert and is estimated to be at 23,000 people, of which nearly 5,000 reside in the town of Martuni, the administrative center of the region. With 1,050 residents dispersed in 250 households, Karmir Shuka village is perhaps best-known in Karabagh for the wine factory that it proudly boasts, which delivers a brand that is quickly becoming a household name in Artsakh. Connected to a water main that was con­ structed in the late 1930s, Karmir Shuka con­ fronts multiple and daily challenges at the point of accessing its water supply. Crippled by age, the main is dysfunctional, suffering massive water loss and resulting in a lack of drinking water. To compound the problem, the pipes that connect the water main to the village are not in serviceable or unsanitary conditions.

Armenia Fund USA has resolved to tackle Karmir Shuka’s water issues by creating a new distribution network to augment the potable water supply in addition to constructing water intake, purification, and sanitation stations with a functional daily regulation reservoir. This $435,200 project is one of many water infra­ structure developments in several key regions and villages of Artsakh. In tandem with bringing Karmir Shuka clean and safe water, Armenia Fund USA will attend to the improvement of healthcare delivery in the Martuni Region by constructing its hos­ pital. Following the 2005 successful construction of the first full-care outpatient center in the NKR financed by Armenia Fund USA, the Armine Pagoumian Polyclinic and the Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Diagnostic Center in Stepanakert, construction began in 2008 on a second adjacent facility, an inpatient care unit designed to increase capacity for admittance and to accommodate the demand for the cen­ ter’s services. Now it is Martuni’s turn as its current structurally unsound, unhygienic hos­ pital—in possession of only one working am­ bulance in its fleet of three—will be reborn. When completed, the 20 to 25-bed hospital will include pediatric, surgery, infectious disease, therapeutic, and auxiliary departments in addi­ tion to laboratories, diagnostic units, and radi­ ology screening; the facility will be furnished with technologically sound equipment. The training program for the hospital’s medical and management personnel will start while con­ struction is underway. As Martuni Hospital seeks to increase its 1,300 patients seen annually, this initiative is designed, in part, with the intention of reducing the outflow of patients from Martuni to other regional health posts. The hope is to reduce unnecessary, health-related travel time and expenses that Martuni residents incur in the

New Cardiology Center in Goris Clinic to Service Syunik, Vayots Dzor, and Artsakh

Armenia Fund (Hayastan All-Armenian Fund) announced recently the completion of the construction of the Zangezur Regional Cardiological Center in Goris. The project, valued at more than $1.2 million USD, was financed jointly by the French affiliate of Armenia Fund (Fonds Armenien de France), Marseille-based French-Armenian Doctors (Association de Sante FrancoArmenienne), and Bouches-du-Rhune, a large administrative area within the region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur of France. Saad Hariri, the prime minister of Lebanon, also participated in the project with a sizable donation. A considerable portion of the financing was provided through a bequest of FrenchArmenian benefactor Krikor Shahinian. The Zangezur Center is the only cardiology clinic in the south of Armenia that will be serving Armenia’s Syunik and Vayots Dzor regions as well as the entire population of NagornoKarabagh (Artsakh). The two-story facility features departments of echocardiography, electrocardiography, radiology, angiography, and angioplasty. The center also has an intensive care unit, an emergency room, a

laboratory, and 8 patient rooms with 14 beds. The clinic has an autonomous boiler house with a dedicated water line. More than 50 new cases of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and heart attacks are registered in the Syunik region alone every year. If treatment is not administered within an hour or two, patients have little chance to survive. Before the opening of the Zangezur Cardiological Center, acute heart patients had to be transported to Yerevan more than three hours away from Goris, and five to seven hours from Artsakh, depending on the region and time of year. The Zangezur Center will be able to simultaneously administer up to 6 emergency procedures as well as provide care to up to 16 inpatients and 20 outpatients at a time. The clinic’s personnel will include experienced physicians who have concluded medical residencies at the Yerevan NorkMarash Medical Center. The medical staff will consist of 45 professionals; they will collaborate with the French-Armenian Doctors Association, who will provide ongoing trainings. (All-Armenian Fund)

Telethon 2010 volunteers receive donation calls in Los Angeles. process of venturing elsewhere for treatment. Better water infrastructure is part and parcel to this undertaking, as improving healthcare in Karabagh depends upon access to clean water supplies. Both initiatives count on the support and involvement of the government of NagornoKarabakh, who is charged with co-sponsorship of the water infrastructure development in Karmir Shuka as well as the erection of Martuni regional hospital.

Pan-European Phoneathon generates 1.3 million euros

On the other hand, the Fund’s 11th PanEuropean Phoneathon was held in France from November 18 to 21, garnering grassroots sup­ port from Armenian communities across Eu­ rope. The annual event, which was realized with the participation of the fund’s French, German, Swiss, Dutch, and Greek affiliates, resulted in almost 1.3 million euros in pledges. Proceeds from the Phoneathon will be used to build or restore water pipelines and networks

in Artsakh’s Togh, Hartashen, Ukhtadzor, Aknaghbyur, and Sargsashen villages. The raised funds will also benefit development projects in Armenia’s Tavush Region. Ever since its launch 11 years ago, the Phoneathon has been facilitated by telecom­ munications giant France Telecom Orange, the event’s main corporate sponsor and partner. The company donated logistical resources to the Phoneathon and provided it with free tele­ phone connections for the duration of the event. For four 12-hour days, some 650 volunteers called Armenian households and businesses throughout Europe, urging them to help our compatriots in the far-flung rural communities of Armenia and Artsakh. The Phoneathon’s closing ceremony was attended, among others, by Vigen Chitechyan, Armenia’s ambassador to France, and Mireille Le Van, chairperson of the Orange Foundation. The breakdown of pledges is as follows: 1.1 million euros from France, 70,000 from Ger­ many, 18,000 from Switzerland, 46,000 from Greece, and 21,000 from the Netherlands.

Iranian-Armenians breathe life into Nrnadzor

Road to Nrnadzor Since 2007, the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund has carried out far-reaching development projects in Nrnadzor, a village in Armenia’s Syunik Region, thanks to the continued support of the Iranian-Armenian community. With an opening ceremony on November 4, the fund unveiled its sixth project in Nrnadzor- a newly constructed water network, financed by the Armenian Prelacy of Tehran. The new water-supply system consists of a 4.3-kilometer pipeline, two reservoirs, a pump station, and a water main connected to the community’s 50 households. “By living in this village despite so many difficulties, you’re helping secure and strengthen the borders of the home­ land, and that, in itself, is an act of heroism,” said Aida Avanessian, chairperson of the Exec­ utive Council of the Armenian Prelacy of Tehran, during the opening ceremony. Also delivering congratulatory speeches were Armenian National Assembly delegate Gagik Gevorgyan, Nrnadzor mayor Mkrtich Mkrtchyan, community school principal Susanna Grigoryan, representatives of the Armenian

Prelacy of Tehran, and Vardan Partamyan, head of the fund’s External Relations Department. Partamyan said, “Our fundraising slogan this year is ‘Water Is Life.’ It conveys the basic fact that no community can grow without water. We’re very happy that the vital issue of water has at last been resolved in Nrnadzor.” “It used to be very hard,” Nune Galstyan, a Nrnadzor resident who attended the ceremony with her five children, told us during the event. “Now, thank God, we have water. If only the village road were also taken care of, things would be much better here.” Thanks to the Iranian-Armenian community, Nrnadzor’s central streets now have lighting, farmers have a tractor, and schoolchildren have unprecedented learning opportunities through their newly established computer room, with access to the Internet. Two other projects, spon­ sored by Iranian-Armenian benefactor Arbee Arzoumania, were the provision of furniture for the recently built community school and the installation of a fence around the campus. (All Armenian Fund)


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Armenia takes it at Junior Eurovision 2010

by Katya Der Hovagimian

After coming at a close second twice, Armenia finally took the coveted title of winner of Junior Eurovision this year at the 8th annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest on November 20 in Minsk, Belarus. A Nagorno-Karabakh born Vladimir Arzumanyan represented Armenia and won the pan-European competition which had 14 country participation. To date, Armenia has participated 4 times in the contest, the first time in 2007. That year Arevik children’s group represented Armenia with their song “Erazanq”. They came in second place and lost the contest by 1 point. The following year, Monika Manucharova represented Armenia with “Im Ergi Hnchyune” which placed eight, a position familiar to Armenia (recall Andre [2006] and Hayko [2007] at ESC). Last year, Armenia placed in second yet again by 5 points with Luara Hayrapetian’s “Barcelona”. Then came the cute-as-a-button 12-yearold Vladimir Arzumanyan; with his spiked hair, Razmik Amyan attitude, immense talent, powerful voice, stage presence and of course his song “Mama”, he was an image hard to resist. He won Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Armenia by a hair, with 120 points while Russia came in a close second with 119 points. Vladimir’s charms put a spell on Belgium, Russia, Sweden, and Ukraine giving Armenia the top points. The song, “Mama” is about puppy love rooted from something you might see on “The

Little Rascals”. A boy falls in love with the girl next door and is troubled by her lack of interest, and as a result turns to his “Mama” for advice, asking questions like what should I do to make her greet me? How should I let her know that I love her? By the second verse he is perplexed by the fact that she always seems to be practicing her piano, while he waits outside for her to come out and play. The performance started with the opening of a 3D storybook with a house. There was a cartoon picture of a girl playing the piano from a window and a “Mama” on the other side who he can confide to. Behind Vladimir, during the performance, was a group of young and talented Armenian back-up dancers. Flip the page and there is another picture of the same cartoon girl playing a grand piano, which seems to accompany him while he takes a moment to vocalize in lexicals showing the range and ability of his young, but not so amateur, voice. Flip the page and it’s back to him lamenting to his mom. Vladimir is a 12 year old from Stepanagerd (Artsakh) and comes from a family of music teachers. He participated in the “New Wave Junior Competition” this past summer and came in third place. Although he didn’t win, he placed himself as a frontrunner in the future of Armenian show business. The lyricist and composer of the song is Vahram Petrosyan. The song is typical of his style infused with Middle Eastern influences and

The winner of Junior Eurovision 2010, a cheerful Vladimir Arzumanian, after the results were announced in Minsk, Belarus. a dancey undertone, which has proven to be popular in Armenia giving him a name as one of the top in the business. Petrosyan has a very large resume working with big names like Arsen Safaryan, Lilu, Arminka, Razmik Amyan, and Sirusho, while the producer of the song offers a Canadian connection. The producer of the song is none other than Toronto’s own Derhova (Haroutyun Der Hovagimian), who moved to Yerevan back in 2002 and has established himself as a big name composer and producer since. He seems to be Armenia’s own good luck charm when it comes to Eurovision. Recall Eurovision 2008, Sirusho’s “Qele, Qele” came in fourth place, a song composed by Derhova. He has produced and composed songs for HAYQ, Sofi Mkheyan, Arame, Hasmik Karapetyan, Arsen Safaryan, and Sirusho.

Vahram Petrosyan and Derhova have proved to make a good pair over and over again dishing out popular songs like “Sirte Mer Siro” and “Verchatsav”. Vladimir had the best of the best behind him on his journey to Junior Eurovision which evidently paid off. During the press conference postEurovision, Armenia’s newest star admitted that he had a dream the previous night that he would win; I guess this is further proof that dreams really do come true. The adorable pre-teen also said as a present, "I want a brother; my mother promised me that if I'd win!". However, being the typical humble and modest Gharapaghtsi that he is, he doesn’t see himself as a star. He told the press that “Stars are only in the sky, I’m only human”.

ATP Partners with Synopsys to Plant Trees at Tsitsernakaberd Synopsys has partnered with Armenia Tree Project (ATP) to plant more than 600 thuya evergreen bushes and ash, golden rain, and poplar trees on the Tsitsernakaberd Hill of Yerevan. The planting took place on October 30 along one of the main alleys leading to the Genocide Museum and in the public park that occupies the hill next to the Pyunic Armenian Association for the Disabled. Synopsys, Inc. is a world leader in software and IP for semiconductor design, verification, and manufacturing. Approximately 500 volunteers including employees of Synopsys Armenia CJSC, members of their families, and students of the Synopsys Armenia Educational Department participated in the planting. The event was arranged with the help of the Synopsys Community Volunteer Program and was sponsored by the Synopsys for Armenia Charitable Foundation. ATP supported the event by providing young trees and bushes from its Karin and Khachpar nurseries. ATP also prepared the planting plots and will monitor the planted trees as they grow. Among those taking an active part in the planting were Synopsys President and Chief Operating Officer Chi-Foon Chan, Synopsys VP of Corporate Marketing and Strategic Alliances and Synopsys Armenia CEO Rich Goldman, Synopsys Armenia Director Hovik Musayelyan,

Deputy Director Andrew Hovhannisyan, ATP Executive Director Jeff Masarjian, ATP Yerevan Director Mher Sadoyan, ATP Associate Director Areg Maghakian, ATP Forestry Director Zachary Parisa, and ATP community tree planting staff. Since Synopsys Armenia was established in 2004, the company has made a significant investment towards the research and development of technology products in Armenia, as well as toward its new site in Yerevan. The company strives to be a good corporate citizen and contributes to the progress of Armenian society by helping to improve the country’s educational system and by implementing other assistance programs through its Synopsys for Armenia Charitable Foundation. “Community involvement is a core value for Synopsys,” said Chi-Foon Chan. “As a good corporate citizen, Synopsys Armenia feels responsibility to take care of the environment in Armenia. Community involvement also directly benefits Synopsys because this is where our employees and families live.” “Synopsys is demonstrating a real commitment to corporate social responsibility by helping to create a green and thriving environment in Armenia. I hope other corporations and the Armenian public will be inspired to follow their lead and ensure a sustainable future for coming generations,” said

ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, Executive Director Jeff Masarjian, Associate Director Areg Maghakian, and Forestry Director Zachary Parisa at the planting site with Synopsys President and Chief Operating Officer Chi-Foon Chan, Deputy Director Andrew Hovhannisyan, and other volunteers. ATP Executive Director Jeff Masarjian. “Our annual tree planting is one of my favorite events because I know how much it means to the city of Yerevan,” said Rich Goldman, CEO of Synopsys Armenia. “This year we were able to plant 50 percent more trees than we have in previous years due to the contributions of our new employees from Virage Logic. They also understand the importance of community involvement and were instrumental in helping us increase the positive impact of this

special event.” Planting trees has become an annual tradition for Synopsys Armenia, with employees planting more than 400 trees each year. Synopsys planted trees in Viasphere Technopark in 2005, Victory Park in 2006, Tsitsernakaberd Park in 2007, on a hillside of Nor Nork district of Yerevan in 2008, and in the central park of Yerevan’s Malatia-Sebastia district (near the recently built Holy Trinity Church) in 2009.

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UCLA Reparations Conference Looks at Legal, Ethical, Political Aspects of Justice for Genocide The International Human Rights Law Association (IHRLA) at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) hosted a conference entitled, “Genocide and Then What? The Law, Ethics, and Politics of Making Amends” on October 23, 2010 at UCLA’s Dodd Hall. The conference featured a soon to be released report which explores the legal, ethical, and political aspects of justice for the Armenian Genocide. The authors presented at the conference and were joined by fellow scholars in related fields who gave comment on the subject and the report’s findings. “The International Human Rights Law Association is very interested in bringing in topics that are of interest not only to our student population, but also the law school community at large,” noted Keiara Auzenne, President of the IHRLA. The report study group was led by Dr. Henry Theriault, Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Worcester State University. Theriault’s work explores the ethics of reparations for crimes against humanity. He joined Auzenne in opening the conference with an introduction to the reportand its authors. Following the introduction, Dr. Alfred de Zayas, presented his work on the legal backbone for justice and restitution for the Armenian Genocide. De Zayas is the former chief of petitions at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, retired secretary of the UN Human Rights Committee, and former senior counsel with the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. He recently published “The Genocide Against the Armenians, 1915-1923,

and the Relevance of the Genocide Convention.” Ara Papian, another of the report’s authors, discussed treaty law and its impact on Armenian Genocide. His work focusing on the Wilsonian arbitration following the genocide generated several follow up questions from audiencemembers and fellow conference panelists. Drawing in his field expertise in long-term as well as transitional justice, Dr. Jermaine McCalpin, another of the report’s authors and Professor of Government at the University of the West Indies, noted that truth and justice are the cornerstones of reconciliation in the case of the Armenian Genocide. McCalpin has conducted research in this field covering cases f r o m U S s l a v e r y, N a t i v e A m e r i c a n extermination, and the Armenian Genocide. Several noted specialists commented on the report’s findings during the second, third, and fourth panels. Holocaust reparations and human rights legal scholar, Michael Bazyler discussed the pursuit of restitutional justice for and by victims of the Holocaust. The afternoon panels featured ethicist Dr. Armen Marsoobian from Southern Connecticut State University who discussed the issues of trans-generational response to the Armenian Genocide as well as the important implications between accepting responsibility versus taking responsibility for this crime against humanity. Graduate students and doctoral candidates, Khatchig Mouradian (Genocide and Holocaust Studies at Clark University) and Ayda Erbal (Department of Politics at New York University) discussed Turkish efforts, from the government to civil society, to address the

Organizers and presenters of the UCLA conference. L-R; Rev. Dr. George Leylegian, Aleta Sprague, Keiara Auzenne (IHRLA), Dr. Armen Marsoobian, Ara Papian, Natalie Samarjian, Ayda Erbal, Dr. Jermaine McCalpin, George Aghjayan, and Dr. Henry Theriault. Armenian Genocide and engage the Armenian community within its own borders, in the Republic of Armenia, and the diaspora. George Aghjayan presented his research into the demographic overview of theOttoman Empire prior to and following the Armenian Genocide while Rev. Dr.George Leylegian, a specialist on church properties and cultural heritage, discussed the losses in this regard during the Armenian Genocide. In concluding the event, Dr. Theriault invited academics on the panel and the audience to continue to provide comment on the report in advance of its formal release. The event was made possible by the generous

support of on-campus funding boards. The Armenian National Committee of AmericaWestern Region also supported the event with an educational grant. The Armenian National Committee of America-Western Region is the largest and most influential Armenian American grassroots advocacy organization in the Western United States. Working in coordination with a network of offices, chapters, and supporters throughout the Western United States and affiliated organizations around the country, the ANCA-WR advances the concerns of the Armenian American community on a broad range of issues.

Conference of European ‘Hai Tad’ USC Conference to Examine ARF’s Committees Convenes in Paris History and Role

Representatives of Europe’s ‘Hai Tad’ Committees came together at the Armenian Cultural House in Paris on November 13 for a pan-European Hai Tad Conference to address the EU’s approach to Armenia, NagornoKarabakh, the Caucasus, Genocide denial, and Turkey. Attending the conference were delegates from the Armenian National Committee, the Defense Committee of the Armenian Cause, and the European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy in Europe and Armenian Revolutionary Federation bodies and Hai Tad committees from Great Britain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Bulgaria, Greece, and Cyprus. Also in attendance were directors and representatives of the European Armenian Federation’s board of directors and staff from its Brussels office, the Director of the ARF Bureau’s Political and Hai Tad Office, ARF Supreme Council of Armenia Chairman Armen Rustamian and ARF Bureau members Hagop Der Khachaturian, Levon Mkrchyan and Mario Nalbandian. Participants presented reports to the conference and discussed the challenges created by the latest developments in European politics. Extensive discussions were held on the political situation in the Council of Europe and other European structures, as well as the policies that have been adopted within those structures regarding the South Caucasus. The conference also focused heavily on European-wide efforts to secure the recognition

of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic’s independence. The participants also discussed ways to neutralize the damage done by the ArmeniaTurkey protocols, as well as the need to influence the international community to increase pressure on Turkey and Azerbaijan to drop their illegal blockade of Armenia. Dealing with the South Caucasus, the conference delegates discussed the current socio-political condition of Armenians living in Javakhk aand the general situation position of Georgia’s authorities to its large Armenian minority. Particular focus was also given to developing strategies for expanding the reach and influence of Europe’s Hai Tad Committees and offices, as well as the possibility of establishing a presence in more EU countries. In this regard, the conference welcomed the official opening of the European Armenian Federation’s office in Tbilisi, the establishment in Paris of the French Office of the Armenian Cause and the formation of the Hai Tad Committees of Bulgaria and Spain. At its close, the conference adopted corresponding decisions on the issues discussed on the agenda, including future policies and activities. Earlier this month, a similar conference was held in Beirut, where representatives of Armenian National Committees of the Middle East discussed regional issues and the rise of Turkish influence in the area.

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This year marks the 120th Anniversary of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation – one of the oldest and most influential political organizations in Armenian history. On this occasion, The USC Institute of Armenian Studies and the Armenian Review have organized a public academic conference to examine the Armenian Revolutionary Federation’s history and ideology, current activities, and future prospects. The day-long event, entitled “The ARF at 120: History in the Making,” will begin take place on December 4, at the Davidson Conference Center on the campus of University of Southern California. The conference will critically examine such key issues as the socioeconomic aspects of the ARF’s activities in Armenia, the role of women in the ARF, the challenge of functioning as state-based political party and a Diasporawide political movement, and assessments of historical developments and issues of current relevance. It will bring together academics, researchers, professionals, and activists from Armenia, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States, who will present nuanced and multi-disciplinary analyses of the ARF’s activities to mark its 120th Anniversary. “Rarely before, has an academic conference brought together scholars and practitioners to have an in-depth examination of the ARF–or any other Armenian party for that matters–in a scholarly, academic and critical manner,” said conference co-organizer, Prof. Asbed Kotchikian of Bentley University. Prof. Kotchikian, who is also the editor in chief of the Armenian Review, pointed out that while this event is far from being an exhaustive analysis of the ARF, it does prepare the groundwork for future research on topics such as: the role of women in Armenian political life or the continued debate on the different modus operandi of politics in the Diaspora and in Armenia. The conference will be comprised of three

panels. The first, moderated by Prof. Richard Hovannisian (UCLA), will examine ARF’s history, both comparatively and specific to the Armenian context, and the evolution of its socialist and nationalist ideology. The panel will feature Prof. Houri Berberian of Cal State Long Beach, Ms. Elke Hartmann of Free University of Berlin, Prof. Ara Sanjian of University of Michigan at Dearborn, and Prof. Khatchik DerGhougassian of Universidad de San Andres, Buenos Aires. The second panel, moderated by Prof. Stephan Astourian (UC Berkeley), will explore the topic of the ARF’s role in Armenian society at large. It will feature Mr. Arsen Stepanyan, the advocacy program manager of Counterpart Armenia, Ms. Maria Titizian, the vice chairperson of Socialist International, Prof. Ara Khanjian of Ventura College, Prof. Levon Chorbajian of U Mass at Lowell, and Prof. Viken Yacoubian of Woodbury University. The third panel, moderated by Khatchig Tölölyan (Wesleyan University), will examine the ARF’s activity over the last few decades within the framework of nation and state. It will feature Mr. Aram Hamparian, the executive director of the Armenian National Committee of America, Mr. Armen Sarkisyan, MP of the National Assembly of the Republic of NagornoKarabakh, Prof. Ohannes Geukjian of the American University of Beirut, and Prof. Asbed Kotchikian of Bentley University and the editorin-chief of the Armenian Review. In discussing this critical academic endeavor’s significance, one of the panelists, Prof. Viken Yacoubian, refers to the conference as “an in-depth analysis of a youthful senior.” Indeed, the conference, which sets out to examine the ARF’s role in Armenian political and cultural life, throws a retrospective glance over the last one hundred and twenty years within the greater framework of the party’s contemporary and ongoing presence, both in Armenia and diaspora communities.


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The Only Armenian University in Diaspora Celebrates It’s 55th Anniversary In the heart of the Mediterranean city of Beirut and in the hearts of current and former students all around the globe lies Haigazian University. Located in a prime business and social area of the Lebanese capital, this jewel has shined for the past 55 years as the only university with an Armenian identity in the entire Armenian Diaspora. The loving family atmosphere, the exceptional quality and standard of education, and the dedicated faculty and staff make Haigazian a warm and nurturing second home for the hundreds of students passing through its gates every day. Haigazian is open to all students who are academically qualified regardless of race, nationality, or creed, and it has become renowned for graduating openminded and dedicated young men and women that actively serve their community. It all began on Oct. 17, 1955, when the Union of Armenian Churches in the Near East (UAECNE) and the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) established Haigazian as a liberal arts college to educate future teachers and pastors. Named in honor of the highly respected pastor, educator, philosopher, and a martyr of the Armenian Genocide, Dr. Armenag Haigazian, the university with its single building first opened its doors to 43 bright and eager young minds. Haigazian University has prospered and grown over the years, transforming into an exemplary educational institution which this year serves a record number of 800 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a fully qualified faculty of around 100 and a staff of 50. The academic standards of Haigazian are among the top in the country, with a total of 30 undergraduate and 13 graduate majors offered in the faculties of business administration and economics, sciences, humanities, and social and behavioral

sciences. Haigazian University today occupies six buildings over an area of 6,500 sq. meters in a central district of Beirut. The recent acquisition of the Heritage building, which is a preserved architectural edifice, is another aspect of the university’s continued growth and serves a dual administrative and academic purpose. As a liberal arts university, Haigazian focuses on providing its students with a wellrounded education, respecting a balance between academic and extracurricular activities with the help of its numerous clubs, teams, and societies. Haigazian promotes these clubs on the basis that they build self-esteem, help students acquire new skills, strengthen their character, cultivate their creativity and spirituality, and in general prepare them to become future leaders in their communities. At Haigazian, every student counts. With an average of 20 students per class, the best personal care and attention is offered to each individual. One-on-one personal relations between faculty and students ensure that students get the most out of their educational experience, a unique aspect of Haigazian, rarely found in other universities in Lebanon. The highly active student life at Haigazian includes a large variety of clubs that cater to different interests. The Arts and Crafts Club and the Photography Club are there for those with artistic inclinations, showing their works in exhibitions annually. The Actors Club and the Dance Club each put on a major production once a year. For those who want to serve the community, the Desert Streams Club is a philanthropic group of students that helps those in need, and the Environmental Club is dedicated to making the world a greener, healthier place to live in. The Social Activities Club plans social events where students get to know each other and establish friendships.

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TorontoHye Newspaper Volume 6, #3-62 - December 2010  
TorontoHye Newspaper Volume 6, #3-62 - December 2010  

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