The Centre's Director of Research, Daniel Ohanian, continues to conduct research on Armenian Genocide orphans in Canada. "There is an abundance of primary and secondary sources that continue to shed light on the story of the boys, girls and women who were saved from refugee camps and orphanages by being brought to Canada. Their lives are a testament to the ability of human beings to cope with tragedy and to persevere despite overwhelming loss."
Raffi Sarkissian, Founder and Chair, believes commemoration is among the best means of public education. "We encourage the public to visit the exhibit, commemorate the Armenian Genocide and celebrate Canada's positive contributions to humanity in the years preceding, during and after 1915. Collectively remembering the Armenian Genocide as Canadians sends a strong message of solidarity in defending human rights and justice internationally."
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