About Me: I am one of the founders of the Women's Resource Center which is the first drop-in resource center for young women in post-soviet Armenia. I am a feminist activist trying to balance motherhood and work. You can follow my blog on larajan.blogspot.com

My life is full of unexpected adventures and unplanned paths; I was born in Lebanon, went to school there amid the war then immigrated to Canada to finish university and now living in Armenia for the past 8 years.

You can follow the work i do together with a very dynamic collective here: www.womenofarmenia.org

My Passions: writing, traveling

My Challenges: too many ideas and little time!

My Vision for the Future: A world free pf violences and inequalities where everyone lives in peace with their own choices

My Areas of Expertise: feminist management, women's peace building, young women's empowerment and mobilization

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