Thursday, May 06, 2010

JOURNALISM: Seda Muradyan Is A Great Armenian Journalist With Two Blogs (

Seda Muradyan is a journalist, journalism educator based in Yerevan, Armenia. She works for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting as the Armenia Branch Country Director. She has completed her first documentary "From Home To Home" (co-director Arsen Gasparyan, produced by Documentary Studio "Hayk") in 2008. She has worked at the Caucasus Institute from 2002-2005 and was on the team of "A1+" TV company from 1997-2002. She is selected for The John S. Knight professional journalism fellowship at Stanford and she will spend about a year at Stanford University, CA, USA from August 2010.


"In 2008 I completed my first documentary "From Home To Home". "From Home to Home" tells the story of Azerbaijanis and Armenians caught up in the Nagorno Karabakh conflict that started in 1989. The inhabitants of two villages in Armenia and Azerbaijan decided to exchange their villages and countries, before the actual war began, promising each other to look after the village graves. The promise is kept until now. Villagers sometimes exchange photo or video materials, to prove that the cemeteries are there, untouched and not destroyed. You can read interview with me at The Armenian Reporter newspaper in English or at the France Armenie newspaper in French."
(Seda Muradyan)

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