Anush Hayrapetyan, Embracing History to Create Cultural Harmony...A hero for youth around the world!

Here are a few things you may not have known about Anush Hayrapetan, Manager of a project of youth action for change promoting intercultural dialogue and one of Cultural Voice's partners.
Anush Hayrapetan: Founder, Forgotten Diaries

Nationality: Armenian

Anush has won the following awards:
  • Hero of Millennium 2011, 2nd World Summit for Youth Volunteering
  • EUNIC 2010 European youth competition winner,category “Democracy and Politeia”
  • World Youth Summit Award 2010, category “Pursue truth” (Forgotten Diaries project related)
  • Intercultural Innovation award 2010, Marketplace of Ideas of the UNAOC 3rd forum, (Forgotten Diaries project related)
  • World Aware Education Award 2009, North-South Centre of Council of Europe (Forgotten Diaries project related)

Favourite City: "My favorite city is Riga, the capital of Latvia. I lived there for almost a year and love it for its unusual charm, warm people and relaxing atmosphere."

 If Anush could choose to be any other nationality she would be: "I am proud to be of Armenian nationality and if there would be a passport definition of global national/citizen, i'd definitely like to attain it."

Views on World Peace: "World peace is attainable if each of us, the world's inhabitants, thinks globally while acting locally."

Cultural Icon:" Charles Aznavour, a French Armenian singer"

On Overcoming History: "History cannot be ignored. It's always existing and reminding. Meanwhile, life continues and progress shouldn't be compromised with history."


  1. Congratulations to you Anush on your Acheivements so far.

    Daniel Edoho


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