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About AGMI


Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation manages the Armenian Genocide Memorial and the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute.

  • The Armenian Genocide Memorial was officially opened on November 29, 1967.
  • The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute was opened in 1995 as one of the institutions of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia. In 2017 the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute became a separate Foundation.


  • The Board of trustees of the Foundation is composed of 15 members both from Armenia and Diaspora, presided over by a French Armenian historian and a foreign member of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences Raymond Kevorkian.

    Currently, the Museum-Institute has the following divisions:



  • Department of Museum Exhibition and Services;
  • Department of Study of Memoirs, Documents, and Press;
  • The Armenian Genocide Victims’ Documentation and Data Collection Department;
  • Comparative Genocide Studies Department;
  • Department of Organizing Museum Exhibitions;
  • Department of Museum Collections and Archives;
  • Educational Department;
  • Scientific Library;
  • Department of External Relations and Media;
  • Financial Department.






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