What Does the Diaspora Think?

What does the Diaspora Think

The Armenian Communities Department  participated in the launch of one of the signature initiatives it supports: The Armenian Diaspora Survey. This research project conducts public opinion surveys in various communities in the Diaspora.

The online conversation took place on 5 September 2020 and encouraged the audience to find out what Armenians think about a range of issues such as identity, language, leadership, politics, Armenia-Diaspora relations, the Church, community needs and many other topics. The Armenian Diaspora Survey is funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and is carried out by a team of experts under the auspices of the Armenian Institute in London.

Consult the results of the 2019 diaspora survey

Armenian Diaspora Survey 2019


Hratch Tchilingirian, ADS Director (University of Oxford) will speak about the research project and present highlights of the results.

Remarks by Razmik Panossian (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) and Susan Pattie (Armenian Institute).

ADS local Advisory Committee Chairs will make brief remarks about the results of their own communities: Khachig Derghougassian (Buenos Aires), Paul Haidostian (Beirut), Raffi Yeretsian (Montreal), Armine Vosganian (Bucharest).

Host: Tatevik Ayvazyan, Director, Armenian Institute

Video of the Launch

For more information visit the Armenian Diaspora survey website. 

Updated on 19 may 2022

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