The Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute (AGMI) is a non-profit organization based in Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.
The mission of the Museum-Institute is the academic and scientific study, analysis of the problems as well as exhibition of the textual and visual documentation related to the first Genocide of the 20th century.
The Armenian Genocide Museum opened its doors in 1995. The museum provides guided tours in Armenian, Russian, English, French and German.
The Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute (AGMI) is also a research center and falls under the umbrella of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences.
The main research goal of the institute is to study the Armenian Genocide that occurred in the Ottoman Empire. The focus is based on the scientific research of historical-documentary materials, archived documents, photographic documentation and the accumulation of new data.
The Museum and Institute also seeks to include the creation of an international scientific institution and a school of Genocidology. It does so by promoting a post-graduate degree at the AGMI, and participating in scientific activities for the promotion of the unanimous international recognition of Armenian Genocide. This includes the coordination and establishment of the necessary academic activities for the necessary understanding required at the external levels, including but not limited to educational programs, involvement of foreign researchers and scholars within the sphere Armenian Genocide studies.
The Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute cooperates with YSU Faculty of Romance and Germanic Philology.
RA, Yerevan, Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex
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