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CENTRE FOR ARMENIAN INFORMATION AND ADVICE
Post-show discussions with the CAIA’s CEO Misak Ohanian and Ara Sarafian of Gomidas Institute
Our annual Sunday Lectures are back for the 10th year!
Message from our Chairman Richard Anooshian, on behalf of the Board of Directors
CAIA Strategic Review
CAIA have successfully secured funding from Lloyds Foundation to enable a strategic review of the organisation to ensure that we are meeting the needs of the community.
As an evolving organisation we are constantly trying to improve our service offering as well as widen our reach. We would love to get your views so watch this space for the opportunity to participate and give us your ideas and suggestions.
Emotional Wellbeing Support
This exciting new project is funded by People’s Health Trust using money raised through The Health Lottery in London West. The project aims to provide a safe, secure and culturally familiar environment for Armenians and those associated with them to share their personal experiences and examine the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviour patterns. There is also the opportunity to benefit from a limited amount of 1:1 sessions.
UK Armenians & WW1
UK Armenians and WW1 is a 2-year project funded by Heritage Lottery Fund. The aim was to create an audio-visual archive of the experiences of the Armenian community in the UK during WW1. A number of interviews were conducted with project contributors who kindly shared their own personal family stories.
Testimonies of War, a short documentary was also produced based on these interviews. Further research was also carried out in relation to Armenian Soldiers, Doctors, Refugees and other community members. These formed the basis of multiple exhibitions.
When one of our kind clients gave us a beautiful bright yellow box of Turkish Delight and the paper inside the box said ‘Armenian Delight’, we got curious. Here is the story of confectionery maker, reproduced with THE LOWER GLANMIRE ROAD, CORK CITY, IRELAND blog’s kind permission
Our volunteer Zora Karanfilian in his own words
Learn how to make this delicious dish