Project Name:   Planning Steps for a Peaceful Future

Duration:  May 1, 2020 - April 30, 2022

Budget:  $106,120

Donor:  National Endowment for Democracy

The project goal is to encourage stakeholder discussions and a critical reassessment of the Georgian government’s
policies toward Abkhazia, to increase trust and collaboration between conflict-affected communities in Abkhazia and Georgia.

Project Name:   Future of Georgia

Duration:  August 1, 2020 - December 31, 2021

Budget:  193,964 EUR

Donor:  Ministry For Foreign Affairs Sweden, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland

The overall goal of the project is to foster structured dialogue between diverse groups across the country about various aspects of ongoing complex societal transformation.

The project will provide a comprehensive analysis of Georgia’s current identity that will be the basis for serious discussion in society about priorities for the future and the advantages and disadvantages of different European nation-state models. Phased approach in turn will help form a coherent, considered and strategic approach to the country’s biggest long-term problem, its protracted conflicts. The audience will be first of all influential voices and policymakers in Georgian society, and also Georgia’s international partners in government, aid and finance.

Project Name:   Language Matters: Discussing Communication Strategies across Georgian - Ossetian Conflicts Divide

Duration:  14 February, 2021 - 31 October, 2021

Budget:  28,569.75 EUR

Donor:  European Union Monitoring Mission, The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung – Georgia.

The overall project goal is to help to increase the role of media in transforming attitudes towards the Georgian-Ossetian conflict.

Also, raise awareness of Georgian and South Ossetian media professionals on conflict transformation

and help elaborate more tolerant and politically less sensitive language while covering the conflict.

Project Name:   Promoting Conflict Transformation

Duration:  May 1, 2019 - April 30, 2020

Budget:  $48,306

Donor:  National Endowment for Democracy

The Project objective is to encourage public discussion and a critical reassessment of the Georgian government’s policies
toward Abkhazia and South Ossetia, Also to increase trust and collaboration between conflict-affected communities in Abkhazia and Georgia.

Project Name:   Preventing Radicalization within Azeri Community

Duration:  13 June, 2019 - 19 December, 2019

Budget:  9992 EUR

Donor:  SlovakAid

The project aims to help eradicate the risk of radicalization and extremist militancy in vulnerable communities by raising awareness and improving skills towards resilience to unknown propaganda as a cause of radicalization.

Project Name:   Engagement for Confidence Building

Duration:  1 October 2018 - 31 March 2019

Budget:  $41,990

Donor:  National Endowment for Democracy

The aim of the project is to explain the details of the new peace initiative of the Georgian government “A Step to a Better Future” to interested young residents of the conflict-affected area in Georgia.

Project Name:   Raising Awareness of the Willing Stakeholders in Abkhazia about the GoG's Peace Initiative

Duration:  30 September 2018 - 31 March 2019

Budget:  $35,095

Donor:  U.S. Embassy

The specific objective of the project is to inform the Abkhaz side in detail about the legal and technical aspects of
involvement in the Initiative. Discussing mutually acceptable ways of granting access to the Hepatitis C program for
Abkhaz citizens.

Project Name:   Unlocking Georgia's EU Perspective

Duration:  1 November 2017 - 28 February 2019

Budget:  32,917 EUR

Donor:  The International Visegrad Fund

The goal of the project is to share the Visegrad countries' EU integration experience and its perspective for the future of Georgia.

Project Name:   "Towards Unlocking Georgia’s EU Perspective"

Duration:  01/11/2017 - 28/02/2019

Budget:  67516 €

Donor:  International Visegrad Fund; Open Society – Georgia Foundation(OSGF); The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung – Georgia.

Project Name:   Train the Messenger, Part 2.

Duration:  12 months (15 May 2017 – 15 May 2018)

Budget:  98,379 EUR

Donor:  Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Tbilisi

The goal of the project is to promote integration of minorities and develop capacities of religious leaders to fight discrimination and stigmatization via educating about Human Rights and international Human Rights Institutions.