AGMI, a non-profit organization based in Yerevan, is dedicated to the academic and scientific study, analysis and exhibition of textual and visual documentation related to the first Genocide of the 20th century –  the Armenian Genocide. AGMI’s objectives include promoting the collection, study and presentation of the visual textual materials, as well as artifacts, pertaining to the life of the Western Armenians in the Ottoman Empire before and during the Genocide. Furthermore, the Museum aims to enhance  cooperation and collaboration among organizations worldwide involved in genocide research, particularly the Armenian Genocide; establish an academic institution on Genocide Studies in Armenia; raise international awareness among the international community about the Armenian Genocide as a crime against humanity; and preserve and honor the Tsisternakaberd memorial complex of Genocide victims and the Tisernakaberd park. Check out these three blogs featuring volunteers who worked with the AGMI:  Blog 1, Blog 2, Blog 3

Typical Volunteer Tasks: Volunteers primarily assist with research, content editing, translation, and proofreading of materials. Tasks are tailored to each volunteer’s expertise, ensuring effective contribution.

January 20, 2023