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Last year, over 500,000 young people participated in Global Dignity Day events in the Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. Join us this year on October 18th.

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We’ve created a variety of curriculum ideas, resources, and a Tool Kit to help you organize small group Dignity Workshops and learning experiences in classrooms, community and youth groups, under tents in refugee camps – anytime and anywhere.

Teaching Tools

We work in over 70 countries around the world. If you’d like to find the Global Dignity Chapter in your country, please select the button below.m.

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There are so many things you can do right now to lead a life that is based on the values and principles of dignity.

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Global Dignity began in one classroom with 30 students in 2006. Be part of the growing movement for dignity and volunteer in your country.


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Country Chair: Armenuhi Arakelyan


Dignity is inside each one of us. It needs to be acknowledged and cared for to be able to bring it out and spread throughout the world. We sometimes forget that we all are born dignified, but the truth is dignity is what makes us human. Let’s be the Dignity and inspire others to live lives with dignity. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved with our efforts in Armenia.

Armenuhi Arakelyan

Country Chair For Armenia

Armenuhi graduated from Yerevan State University the Faculty of Economics in Armenia, and received her MBA degree at American University of Armenia. Currently Armenuhi holds a position of project analyst/coordinator in European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, the Armenian regional office. She is in charge of the Advice for Small businesses program, involved in development of business environment, increasing access to international and local consultancy for local small and medium enterprises as well as opening access to finance, public private partnership within the bank.

Armenuhi is also a member of Alumni Board at American University of Armenia, engaged in developing education-business collaboration. During her learning and work experience she has gained skills of being an individual thinker and at the same time, a team player. She strongly believes that young people are the shapers of their own futures, and she leads with optimism and positive energy. With joint efforts young people can change the world for the better and with hard work, the right goals and a little luck each and every initiative undertaken will gain success. Are=menuhi believes that every single person is able to make changes and a difference in the world, which is why she volunteers to lead Global Dignity in Armenia.