• Lousineh Navasartian
    Armenian by Birth
    "Living in Iran, you always have questions about your identity: why would you live in a country where you are considered a minority and deprived of most of rights?"
  • Milena Bazinyan
    Armenian by Birth
    "In the end, Armenia is my home. This is where I feel I am myself. I hope the warmth in my country is always there, and will always keep radiating that warmth for everyone."
  • Impressions of Armenia
    A non-Armenian volunteer's impressions
  • Raffi and Simon Zakarian
    Armenian by Birth
    “You don’t need a lot of money here to live on. If you are a little stable, you can come, bring a bit with you, buy a house and live your life. It is preferable to living elsewhere. At least here you know that it is your country.”
  • Garni Baroni
    Armenian by Birth
    "I’m willing to contribute to my country, and I think that the biggest contribution to Armenia is bringing something new.”
  • The Difficulties of Moving
    Armenian by Birth
    When everything is fine with your family, work, friends, future prospects, and everything else with which you can live a happy life, an obscure idea such as “I want to move” confronts the complexities of a calm and reasonably stable situation.
  • Dvin Isanians
    Armenian by Birth
    “The road that I’m following involves contributing to my homeland, both professionally and mentally. I just want to make it a better place for my children and grandchildren.”
  • Sona Baghdasaryan
    Armenian by Birth
    "Armenia has been through changes since I first moved here. The biggest difference is that it is calmer and more peaceful. It is as if I have been here my whole life.”
  • Armen Martirosian
    Armenian by Birth
    "If you have the opportunity to visit Armenia, take it, make some time for it. I live here now and there are still many things that I don’t fully understand, but I am slowly learning."
  • From Engagement to Investment: The Story of Olivier Mouradian
    Armenian by Birth
    Story of a repatriate and her vision on Armenia.
  • Meet Birthright Armenia intern Rachel Townzen
    "I love how TEDxYerevan puts vitality into education and encourages people to find the joy in learning."
  • How To ‘Repat’ Part Two: Making It Here
    Armenian by Birth
    Guide for Repatriates
  • Laurie Alvandian
    Armenian by Birth
    “Life in Armenia is always an adventure. I honestly don’t know what to expect with each new day.”