The ANC-UK empowers British Armenians to advance key strategic objectives- securing justice for the Armenian Genocide, protecting the independent republics of Armenia and Artsakh and expanding the U.K.-Armenia partnership.
The Armenian Genocide was the systematic annihilation of over 1.5 million Armenians between 1915-1923 by the Ottoman Empire.
The ANC-UK calls on the United Kingdom to join over 30 nations worldwide and officially recognise the Armenian Genocide.
The Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, or Artsakh, is a historically Armenian region that voted to join with Armenia in 1991.
The ANC-UK supports Artsakh’s right to self-determination, independence and peace.
Armenia is a democratic country of 3 million people that was recognised by the UK in 1991, the year of her independence.
The ANC-UK works to strengthen this partnership and boost mutual prosperity and security.