Former “Ari Tun” Program participant Aram Siserian: “I not only recognized the Homeland, but also fell in love during the “Ari Tun” Program”

The 2016 “Ari Tun” Program for homeland

2016 “Ari Tun” Program: “We live in different countries, but our identity traces to Armenia”

The “Ari Tun” Program of the RA

26 years after the adoption of Armenia’s Declaration of Independence: Excerpts from Hranush Hakobyan’s speech on 23 August1990

On August 23, 1990, when the Communist

Vahagn Karakashian: “I am certain that I will come and live in Armenia someday”

The ancestors of editor of Horizon Weekly

Mariam Andreasyan: “It was a day to remember because I presented my small sculpture to the Minister of Diaspora”

Every time I interview a participant of

Ole Meldgard: “I am still not able to fully discover Armenia and the Armenians”

The “DanArmen” Danish-Armenian Association was established in

Boston-Area Teachers Receive Training on Armenian Genocide Education

The Genocide Education Project (GenEd) provided a

“Ari Tun” (Come Home)-the home where Diaspora Armenian teens and youth are always expected

The “Ari Tun” Program for the homeland

Alexander J. Alexanian, 81, Reading’s former director of special education

Alexander J. Alexanian, the Reading public school

Elio Shmavonyan: “Every Armenian abroad needs to tell foreigners that there is a marvelous place in the world called Armenia”

The 8th and final stage of the

Armenia through the eyes of participants of the “Ari Tun” Program

Through the “Ari Tun” Program, the young

Hamik Alexanian: “Participating in the “My Armenia” Pan-Armenian Festival helped Tatev Choir gain great experience”

 The Tatev Choir of Iran’s Holy Savior

Garik Hovhannisyan: “May the cooperation between Armenia and the Diaspora always be strong!”

Some stages of the 2016 “Ari Tun”

Participants of the “Ari Tun” Program have a great aspiration to return to the Homeland and build Armenia

Nona Minasyan, participant of the 6th stage
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