Genocide Education Project

GenEd is our sibling organization in the US. It helps educators teach about the Armenian Genocide by developing and distributing instructional material, providing access to teaching resources, and organizing educational workshops.

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National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation — Teaching Resources

The NCTR at the University of Manitoba is the permanent home for all statements, documents, and other materials gathered by the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which was set up to investigate the history and legacy of Canada’s Indian residential school system. Its “Teaching Resources” page promotes content helpful for teaching about cultural genocide in Canada and reconciling those who call this country home.

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Facing History and Ourselves

Facing History and Ourselves is a professional-development and educational organization that engages students in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry. Its work focuses on the US and Canada.

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Zoryan Institute

The Zoryan Institute, headquartered in Toronto, is an international academic and scholarly centre that sponsors and disseminates multi-disciplinary research about human rights, genocide, and diaspora-homeland relations. Its target audiences are the general public, graduate students, professors, and policy makers.

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Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a national museum in Winnipeg. It encourages its audience to learn about human rights in Canada and abroad from historical and contemporary perspectives.

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Genocide Watch

Genocide Watch works to predict, prevent, stop, and punish mass murder. In part, it’s a clearinghouse for information about actual and potential instances of genocide all around the world.

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Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute

The AGMI is based in Yerevan, Armenia. It studies the Armenian Genocide, collects and catalogues archival material related to it, and manages the official Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex. Our logo’s design is based on this complex’s central rotunda and spire.