Brief Encounters

6 regions, 52 schools, 5000 students, 71 teachers. This is the statistics of the program “Teach for Armenia”. Every time a first en...

The Veterans of the Theater

By Gayane Harutyunyan I was studying photography and law 16 years ago. I didn’t become a lawyer, but I kept photographing until now...

Letter to Prime Minister

Lyuba (Talita) is one of those women, whom I meet constantly. She works as a cleaner in Abovyan city. One can see her often cleaning o...

On the Seashore of Armenia

By Anna Davtyan Let’s define a country: post-Soviet – which Armenia is; post war - like the one in Nagorno Karabakh that remains un...

Other Motherland

My three-year old son was telling for several days about the newcomer African boy at their kindergarten. “Alvin’s face is black, hi...

DOMIK

By Serpil Polat & Cigdem Ucuncu / NarPhotos In December 1988, the devastating "Spitak Earthquake" hit the Northern part of Arme...

War Not Peace: Unpunctuated Lives

Eva – The first Eva was the first among the women and at the Kristapor Ivanyan Military College in Stepanakert. The college began a...

Khtsaberd, Artsakh

There’s a place in the world I dream about every morning, where every evening I regret not being there. There’s a place in the world w...

They leave today

The members of the house have been silent since morning. No one is saying anything specific. It’s as though they’re all offended with ...