(OTTAWA) – Today, the Armenian National Committee of Canada (ANCC) launched its first ever community-wide strategic survey, asking Armenian-Canadians to share their opinions and feedback on ANCC’s wide-ranging policy priorities and upcoming initiatives.
“This is as a unique and important opportunity where we are inviting our grassroots activists to directly contribute to the formulation of our policy agenda and share their valuable feedback on what we should focus on moving forward” said Hrag Darakdjian and Shahen Mirakian, Co-Presidents of the ANCC.
The 10 question survey is designed to give participants an opportunity to share their opinion and comments on issues such as strengthening the independence of the Republic of Artsakh, promoting stronger Canada-Armenia relations, Genocide recognition, remembrance and prevention, combatting online hate and protecting the rights of Armenian minorities around the world.
“We urge each and every community member to take a few minutes and complete the survey, which will give us better insight and suggestions on how to better represent the interest of our strong and dynamic community” concluded Darakdjian and Mirakian.
The ANCC is the largest and the most influential Armenian-Canadian grassroots human rights organization. Working in coordination with a network of offices, chapters, and supporters throughout Canada and affiliated organizations around the world, the ANCC actively advances the concerns of the Armenian-Canadian community on a broad range of issues and works to eliminate abuses of human rights throughout Canada and the world.TAKE THE SURVEY!