Along the barbed wire, the desire for recovery – the socio-economic challenges of Ergneti
Ergneti is one of the numerous villages located next to the administrative boundary line (ABL), the demarcation between Georgia and Tskhinvali region or South Ossetia.... Read More
The plight of Gali residents
Gali Georgians have to cross the so called Georgian-Abkhazian border, part of the ugly heritage of the nineties, on a daily basis. The perimeter is fully-controlled... Read More
Georgia – the hard fate of the conflict zone bordering villages
Developments last fall created serious threats for the main sources of livelihood of Tsitelubani residents – livestock and agriculture. The Russian occupation line placed the... Read More
Georgia’s Russian cipher
What can the politics of ethnic Russians in Georgia tell us about the country’s attempt to build a truly civic national identity?
Tskhinvali’s painful past, depressing present and dark future
A virtual reality has been created in Tskhinvali region. Whilst on paper enormous amounts of money are being spent by the Russian government for the... Read More
The Civil Forum for Peace from Georgia
TransConflict is pleased to showcase the work of the Civil Forum for Peace from Georgia, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation.
Peacebuilding prospects in Abkhazia
Whilst the conflict between Georgians and Abkhazians has contributed to icy relations, local organisations on the ground have an important role to play in rebuilding... Read More
Go Group Media from Georgia
TransConflict is pleased to showcase the work of Go Group Media from Georgia, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation.