• Nairi Zadikian - Connecting the Dots
    Repat Story
    I had made up my mind; I wanted to work as a civil engineer in the country my grandmother taught me how important it was to remember throughout my life
  • Impact of Global Armenians: Alain Touhadian
    Impact Maker
    When I stay in Armenia for too long, I want to leave. When I leave, I want to come back. It’s an interesting paradox
  • Anahit Sevumyan
    Repat Story
    It is a huge positive when you can rely on the state; however, each of us should know that it is us - the people, who are responsible for our country
  • Maria Anazonian
    Repat Story
    Due to recent changes in the country, people are hopeful and smiling. That makes me a happier person. I believe in Armenia and its prosperity
  • Hrair Aguilian
    Repat Story
    Safety is a huge factor; it is absolutely safe for one to be out, day or night
  • Seto Hovsepian
    Repat Story
    Children should be exposed to both dialects of the language, given the opportunity to truly love the country in a way that is very real instead of simply an ideal
  • Repat Experience: Living in Ejmiatsin
    There is much that can be done to develop the regions
  • 116 Days In: Repatriates’ Views on the New Armenia
    Some insights from the past 116 days from repatriates who have moved to Armenia over the past decade from various diaspora communities
  • Tigran Asriyan
    Repat Story
    It doesn’t matter “how much Armenian” you are (by 20 or 50 percent) it is more essential that you change Armenia for the better
  • Sashka Avanyan
    Repat Story
    Originally, the plan was to stay here for 4 months and then go back. It’s my 14th month in Armenia
  • Arthur Dolmajian
    Repat Story
    Repatriation is about doing and not waiting for things to change to take action
  • Back to the Basics in the Motherland; my Armenia
    Live your life to the fullest and make every day count
  • Artashes Margaryan
    Repat Story
    With so many Armenians and non-Armenians coming from all over the world, repatriating or migrating, bringing their adopted cultures along with them, things will only become all the more interesting in the years to come
  • Vahan Manjigian
    Repat Story
    If you want to know the future of a country, look to its youth. The light has been seen at the end of the tunnel and hopefully we get there without too many obstacles along the way
  • Annman Kantsyan
    Repat Story
    Think of Armenia on a global context, while taking into account the local culture