Velvet Force of Revolution

Unexplicable, incredible, unexpected. This is how the national uprising in Armenia, the velvet revolution is characterized. What was the source of power? How did the revolution deny violence, enter our daily routine and create a new social situation? 
The topic is discussed by conflictologist Arsen Kharatyan and cultural anthropologist Aghasi Tadevosyan.
The conversation is hosted by Anna Sargsyan.

Genocide Studies and Politics

Today, as we speak about the Armenian Genocide, first of all its political component, that being its international recognition, adoption of laws against denial, etc become vital. At the same time, in the public consciousness the solution of these issues is in the first play connected with the international political agenda and relations with Turkey. This is natural since genocide is a political crime. However, the genocide studies is much less addressed, which had and still has important role in the international recognition of the genocide and the prevention of similar crimes. 
Hayk Hambardzumyan spoke about the problems, directions and significance of modern genocide with genocide expert Suren Manukyan.

The Sacrament of the Holy Resurrection in Our Lives

“Christ has risen; He is risen, indeed”. This is the greeting heard across all Armenian Apostolic Churches today. The Candlelight Divine Liturgy of the Holy Resurrection signals the end of the Holy Week symbolizing the last days and works of Jesus Christ on the earth. This week is of a special importance for all believers and especially those fasting. Hayk Hambardzumyan talks about the the Holy Week and the sacrament of the Feaast of Holy Resurrection with Father Nshan Alaverdyan.
Hayk Hambardzumyan spoke with film director Khane Poghosyan.

Issues of Adopting and Foster Families

What kind of social services are provided to alternative care providers - adoptive parents, guardian and foster families in Armenia? What are these families expecting most? What issues does the differentiated approach to these families bring about, what kind of difficulties do they face as a result of the lack of registration? Sociologists Mira Antonyan and Knarik Garanfilian represent the study of the Child Protection Network and the Foster Parents Association.

The Movement in Artsakh: from Underground Fight to the Freedom War

What background processes were in charge in the Autonomous Region of Nagorno Karabakh before the historical rally in Stepanakert on February 13, 1988? How did the Armenians of Artsakh interpreted? 
The pavilion of Third Millennium hosted the First Commander of Nagorno Karabakh Self-Defence Forces Arkadi Karapetyan. 
The conversation is hosted by Anna Sargsyan.

Studying the Movement

In February 2018, the comprehensive historical research titled “History of Karabakh Movement (1988-1989)” was published. 
The pavilion of Third Millennium hosted the author of the book, PhD in History Ashot Sargsyan. 
The conversation is hosted by Anna Sargsyan.

The Prospects and Barriers of Film Production

Filmmakers are loud about the lack of a unique Armenian cinema and the need to create it. In what ways should the promotion of Armenian cinema be driven, how can Armenian film industry become more interesting for investors, why isn’t a film development program in place? 
Hayk Hambardzumyan spoke about these issues with producer Melik Karapetyan.

Modern Museum: Why and How

In the modern world, the perception of the museum is also changing. They are not perceived merely as a place of preservation, display and study of historical and cultural exhibits, but also predent for much greater social and cultural functioning. How justified is this approach? How close to what extent are the museums in Armenia ready and open to changes, and what is needed for the development of museums? 
Hayk Hambardzumyan spoke about these issues with the Director of Charents Museum of Literature and Art Karo Vardanyan.

The Conviction of Illiteracy and Education Development Program

According to international experts, if Armenia does not invest in education in the coming years, the country will face 50% illiteracy in 2030. Local experts and researchers believe that our country lacks any idea about the problems of education, nor the effectiveness of educational expenditures, while the draft law "On the State Education Program till 2030" was presented for the public discussion. Does the draft law reflect sectoral issues and meet the needs? 
Discussion by education expert Serob Khachatryan and "National Center for Public Policy Research" NGO Artak Manukyan.

Karabakh Movement: Legitimate Revolution

How did the Armenian nation get this self-organized, positioned itself against Moscow and defeated it? Was that a revolution? The topic is discussed by the member of the unrecognized Karabakh Committee Davit Shahnazaryan and political expert Ruben Mehrabyan.
The conversation is hosted by Anna Sargsyan.

The Drivers of the Karabakh Movement

What was the cause of Karabakh movement, what did the Armenian people demand back in 88? How did the independence process of Armenian and Nagorni Karabakh set off? The topic is discussed by the Doctor of Historical Sciences Harutyun Marutyan and Director of the Armenian Center for National and International Studies Manvel Sargsyan. 
The conversation is hosted by Anna Sargsyan.

Spartak Gevorgyan

Spartak Gevorgyan's copper sculptures mainly feature women. "It can not be falsified in art, especially when care is needed, and when creating a woman's image, you need to be even more honest", - our hero is convinced.