44 Days: Diary From An Invisible War

On September 27, 2020 the war broke out in Artsakh / Nagorno Karabakh. Journalist

Lika Zarkaryan, a 25-year old writer and photographer, headed to a bunker in the basement of an empty school. That is where she would spend the next 44 days writing

her diary and capturing the brutal war. Get your copy of the gripping diary of war below. 

 
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About the Author
 

Lika (Anzhelika) Zakaryan was born in 1994 in Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh. She studied at the Department of Political Science of Artsakh State University and holds a master's degree. She then graduated from the Peace Work Institute, where she studied in-depth conflict management and peace-building methods.  In 2018-2019 she worked at the Montesori School in Würzburg, Germany, as a coach on conflicts and peace-building. Returning to Artsakh, she started working for the Armenian media outlet CivilNet, in the team working for Artsakh. During the war, she started to keep and post her diary, in which she wrote about the war and the people caught up in it. The diary became widely read and loved by people around the world, and remains a definitive chronicle of those forty four days.

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We were born in and live with this conflict.
But we don’t want to die in it!