Genocide experts discuss in Yerevan shift from recognition (of Armenian genocide) to reparation

YEREVAN — An international conference entitled “The Armenian Genocide-100: From Recognition to Reparation” opened at the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia today.

The conference participants will discuss the Armenian Genocide, including its history, theory, memory, and geopolitics; legal, political and socio-political problems of reparations and elimination of the genocide’s consequences; reflection of the Armenian Genocide in literature and the arts; and cultural genocide.

The conference has been organized by the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia and Yerevan State University. It has brought together over 100 participants from Armenia, Germany, the U.S., Austria, Russia, Australia, Ukraine, Canada, Poland, and Hungary.
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