Author Archives: Cinta

facilitating facilitators’ learning

Over the last week, a remarkable group of people gathered in Pristina, capital of the partly-recognised state of Kosovo. In a small paradise of warm sun, a cool garden with lush trees and bubbling fountains, and an atmosphere of openness … Continue reading

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Discussion on the opening of Ergneti market

The “People’s Party of the Republic of South Ossetia” opposes the re-opening of Ergneti market (closed by the Georgian authorities in 2004; before that a thriving trade place where thousands of Georgians and South Ossetians connected), which is currently being … Continue reading

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What language to speak

Earlier his week, IKV Pax Christi hosted a film screening and discussion with filmmaker Mamuka Kuparadze, organised jointly with the Dutch branch of Amnesty International and Caucasus Interconnect. Mamuka’s Tbilisi-based Studio Re produces documentary films on questions related to conflict, … Continue reading

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On ‘neutral documents’

Last week, Georgian Parliament passed a package of legal amendments to pave the way for the implementation of the ‘neutral ID and travel documents’ idea first raised in the July 2010 Action Plan for Engagement. There has been a lot … Continue reading

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