Shows timeline of the massacre from 1914 to 1939
Offers comprehensive information and documentation of the Armenian genocide.
Comprehensive resources compiled by the Armenian National Institute
Provides time line, news, pictures and oral history of Armenian genocide survivors
Very informative website on the Armenian cause
These are eight lessons ranging from Armenian identity, analyzing historical evidence, American response, to justice and denial of the existence of an Armenian genocide.
Collection of book that teachers can use in the teaching of Armenian genocide.
This is a court case regardinging a list of recommended curricular materials about the Armenian genocide to be used in Massachusetts schools. In this court case, age-old conflicting view points between the Turks and Armenians are played out.
Collection of documents by Turks rejecting the Armenian cause as propaganda.
This is an association of Turks in the United States and Canada that strongly denies the existence of an Armenian genocide.
This is a website refuting that the Armenian genocide took place.
These instruments cover: Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity; The International Bill of Human Rights; Rights of indigenous peoples and minorities; Prevention of Discrimination; Rights of Women, Children and the Elderly; International bodies established to monitor human rights; among others.
Parliamentarians in France passed a bill that was to make it an offence to deny that the Armenian Genocide never took place. The bill was however struck down as being unconstitutional by the French Constitutional Court.
Report that led to the drafting of the bill on Armenian Genocide denial.
Text of the bill that was passed in the French parliament and the various changes that were made to the bill from the time it was introduced into Parliament.