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Paths to peace?

In 2013, qualitative research was conducted on both sides of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict into attitudes towards a range of potential steps that could contribute to transforming the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. What do people really think, what hopes and fears do they have, and to what extent are predominant attitudes presenting an obstacle to moving forward?

The realm of the possible: education

Aug 2016
Front cover - the realm of the possible: education
The Georgian-Abkhaz conflict has had a serious and long-term impact on education, particularly in Abkhazia, but Georgians and Abkhaz alike have identified access to education as a clear area of common interest. The better prepared youth on both sides of the conflict are for engaging in a process in pursuit of peace, the more likely it is that a resolution can be found and that the conflict does not descend into violence again.

Inclusive peacebuilding is crucial

Liana Kvarchelia from our partner The Center for Humanitarian Programmes (CHP) highlights how significant is to include all the sectors of the society in building sustainable peace.

Building peace together: local voices

We are lucky to work with a range of partners from across the world. Watch this video to have a small insight into why all of us together believe peacebuilding is crucial.

Realm of the possible: Gal/i

Jul 2015

The Gal/i region has long been a focus for controversy in the Georgian-Abkhaz context. It is the southernmost district of Abkhazia, and highly populated by ethnic Georgians, whose living conditions, identity and rights are contested issues that create an uncertain outlook for the future.

Securing an Armenian-Azerbaijani agreement

Jun 2015
Mutual insecurity is a primary driver of the Nagorny Karabakh conflict and a dominant factor in contemporary Armenian-Azerbaijani relations. The current peace proposal, known as the Madrid Principles, addresses the issue of insecurity through the envisaged deployment of an international peacekeeping operation, as part of a wider security package.

Dialogue workshop on the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict and peace process 24-27 February 2015

Mar 2015
At the invitation of Conciliation Resources a dialogue workshop on the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict and peace process took place in London from 24-27 February 2015. The meeting brought together officials and public figures from both sides of the conflict. On the fourth day, participants were joined by international experts.

Negotiating access and security

Jan 2015
Geography, and questions of access to territory, are key concerns driving conflict between Armenians and Azerbaijanis who for many years have had no access to each other’s societies or territories controlled by the other side. This discussion paper incorporates a number of perspectives through which the issue of access is understood today. While identifying areas of clear disagreement, 
it also explores points of convergence, asking whether this issue can be reframed as a solution to a common problem.

Building bridges through filmmaking

In these short films, you can see the work of a group of young aspiring Armenian and Azerbaijani video journalists that came together to complete a one-year film-production study programme at the 'Dialogue Through Film Academy'.

Video: The Nagorny Karabakh Conflict – Perspectives for Peace?

Watch an expert panel discussion and television interview looking at perspectives for peace for Nagorny Karabakh and the current status and challenges of the area.

Breaking stereotypes: Georgia’s internally displaced

Marina Elbakidze, a coordinator of Synergy, discusses the current situation for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Georgia and the way IDP issues have been presented in the Georgian media over the past four years.

The History Hour: The Georgian-Abkhaz War

Jonathan Cohen, Director of Programmes, talks to the BBC World Service's The History Hour on the origins and legacies of the Georgian-Abkhaz War.

Studio Re Film Series

A series of joint Georgian-Abkhaz documentary films produced by Conciliation Resources together with our partner Studio Re

The series includes:

Absence of Will: A journey through Georgia's conflict zones

Vakho and Teo, two Georgian university graduates from Tbilisi set out to to try to understand for themselves what caused the war in Abkhazia, and why fifteen years of peace talks the sides are still no nearer to resolving their differences. Halfway through filming, fighting broke out again over South Ossetia so that war became a reality for a brief period for Vakho and Teo making their search for answers more personal and urgent.

Memories Without Borders (English version)

Memories Without Borders is a unique Turkish-Armenian-Azerbaijani documentary, looking at the impacts of troubled histories on individual lives today. At the meeting point between official history and personal lives the film challenges audiences to ask: what do we choose to remember about others, and what do others choose to remember about us?