Annual Symposium on Preventing Genocide

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:  Dr. Ani Kalayjian DATE:  16 March, 2011 TEL:  (201) 941-2266 www.meaningfulworld.com New York, NY  – On Thursday, 7 April 2011, the Armenian American Society for Studies on Stress and Genocide (AASSSG) partnering with like-minded organization, will hold its annual symposium on Preventing Genocide at the United Nations from 3-6… Continue reading >>

Genocide Prevention Post-Press

4 August, 2010 New York, NY Association for Trauma Outreach & Prevention of Meaningfulworld Dr. Ani Kalayjian Phone: 201 – 941-2266 Email: DrKalayjian@meaningfulworld.com www.meaningfulworld.com The July 29th symposium on “Genocide and Torture Prevention: Legal, Mind and Body Perspectives” proved to be a thought provoking and educational conference with various hints of controversy at the end.… Continue reading >>

Press release April 2010

AASSSG Symposium on Prevention of Genocide Press release April 2010 By Susan Markar      On Tuesday, April 6th at the AGBU Center in New York City, the Armenian -American Society for Studies on Stress and Genocide (AASSSG) held its annual symposium on Genocide Prevention.  This year’s symposium was entitled, “Preventing Genocide through Awareness, Insight and… Continue reading >>

Roots of genocide, genocide denial and human rights.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New York, February 14, 2008—After the Holocaust, people cried “never again.” Yet genocide has not gone away. “Roots of Evil: Continued Challenges for the Denial of Mass Human Rights Violation,” a Symposium taking place on Friday, April 4, 2008 at Fordham University, Lincoln Center at 7:00 PM, will address the impact of… Continue reading >>

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