The project “History Education in the Context of Georgian-South-Ossetian Relations” was launched in September 2013 and over the course of the next 15 months, Georgian and South Ossetian historians, history educators, methodologists, and specialists of other social sciences came together to create a network. The exchange of past and present experiences, joint learning, capacity development,…

The project “History Education in the Context of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and its Resolution” has been designed to contribute to an evolution of the ideological, exclusivist, and conflict-promoting approaches to history education and encourage the adoption of more modern conflict-sensitive and inclusive approaches among historians and history educators in Armenia and Azerbaijan. The first workshop…

In Winter-Spring 2015, the Imagine Center implemented the project “Conflict Aware Journalism in the Context of South Caucasus Conflicts”. The project aimed to contribute to the development of ethical and conflict sensitive reporting and to encourage a culture of responsible, independent, and impartial media coverage in the South Caucasus. For this purpose, a core group…

On December1-5, 2014 the Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation held meetings in Tbilisi, Georgia under its project “Joint Platform Towards Realistic Peace in Nagorno-Karabakh”. The project brought together young and experienced Azerbaijani and Armenian professionals in conflict resolution and related fields, including those originating from the conflict zone, as well as their Georgian and international…

The Breaking the Impasse series have been analytic meetings of conflict resolution experts where Armenian, Azerbaijani, OSCE, US and other diplomats and civil society representatives have also been welcomed in order to facilitate the coordination of Track I and Track II efforts in resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The first meeting of the series was held…