The European Partnership for the Peaceful Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh (EPNK) – a coalition of non governmental organisations (NGOs) which aims to positively impact the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement process – has launched a new website. The website provides information about the EPNK project and contains a wealth of information for anyone looking to find out more about initiatives to build peace in the region.
EPNK is an EU-funded project bringing together five international organisations – Conciliation Resources, International Alert, Crisis Management Initiative, Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation and LINKS – which aims to build mutual understanding of and confidence in the settlement process. The website is a valuable source of information about project activities, along with resources such as an EPNK brochure, a handbook and films produced jointly by Armenians and Azeris, and publications on issues relating to the conflict.
The partnership has been running since 2010 and works with numerous local partners across the region, contributing to building peace by working at different levels with Armenians and Azeris from diverse backgrounds including young people, women, displaced people, policymakers and journalists. The unique collaboration brings people together to engage in dialogue and also offers fresh analysis and new ideas that challenge existing thinking on the conflict.
Activities focus on the core themes of Dialogue, Research and analysis, Film and media, Inclusivity and participation and Training and capacity building.
Find out more about Conciliation Resources' work in the South Caucasus
Read Project Manager Laurence Broers' comment on the ongoing conflict of Nagorny-Karabakh twenty years after the ceasefire