Complimentary lecture in Hayashen.Introduction and overview within the IT industry with its accompanying best practices.Delivered by a guest lecturer - Aram Andreasyan Tuesday 29th June - 10.30am-1.00pmHayashen - Please register in...
Start date early June 2021Salary NJC Scale new SCP 25, £28,785 (Pro rata 21 hrs/week = £17,271)Initially for 2 Years (potentially longer)The project seeks to address digital exclusion within the Armenian community and those connected to them. The project...
Information in English and Armenian.
Information in English and Armenian.
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29th May 2021 - 5pmLimited place - for details contact 0208 992 firstname.lastname@example.org(5-18 years olds)
The census is a unique survey that happens every 10 years. It gives a snapshot of all the people and households in England and Wales and provides the most detailed information available about our society which ensures that big decisions are made on the...
Sunday 2 May 2021 – The Second Karabakh War: Karabakh, Armenia, and the Armenian Diaspora" - Vicken Cheterian (Journalist and political analyst from Geneva)Sunday 9 May 2021 – Why be Armenian in Europe today? 10 Reasons why you are lucky to be Armenian (or...
CAIA Strategic Review
After 30 years of delivering highly-regarded, vital programmes in the Armenian community, we felt it was time to gain more insight into our work. We knew we were making a difference, but we wanted more data on our impact. Was it possible to reach more Armenians than before? Did our programmes meet the needs of recently arriving Armenians as well as second and third generations?
We are deeply grateful to the Lloyds Foundation for funding in 2018/2019 to explore these questions and many more. Over the last year, this funding paid for staff time as well as an external consultant to help us with this work. We carried out a series of focus groups, surveys and interviews with community members and beneficiaries across London. Staff members and Trustees came together in mid-2018 to explore this research and develop strategic priorities for the next three years. As a result, the Trustees were able to produce a new 3 year Strategic Plan that will help us grow and achieve more in the years to come. Our plan is a public document stating our commitment to the community, so we are delighted to share it here in English and Western Armenian.
(The Western Armenian version has been kindly translated by Programme of Armenian Studies | Հայագիտական Ուսմանց Ծրագիր)
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.
Read an excellent blog post talking about Armenian Cuisine, written by Ed Stambollouian - an amateur food writer and passionate home cook, published on his website www.londoncooking.co.uk See the excerpt below and click here to read the blog. Blog...
See a selection of post-Soviet cartoons from Armenia, picked by our volunteer Jivan Cheterian
Story of one tooth…