Project Name:  Future of Georgia

Duration:  August 1, 2020 - December 31, 2021

Budget:  193,964 EUR

Donor:  Ministry For Foreign Affairs Sweden

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:  Strengthening Internal Dialogue for Peaceful Transformation of Conflicts in Georgia.

Duration:  September 1, 2020 – August 31, 2022

Budget:  147,730 EUR

Donor:  The Swiss Embassy; EUSR

The overall project goal is to facilitate a dialogue with governments agencies and political parties on issues related to conflict transformation; increase practical analytical capacities as well as knowledge about Georgia's conflicts and conflict transformation among mid-level professionals from government and Parliament of Georgia.

Project Name:  Strengthening Internal Dialogue for Peaceful Transformation of Conflicts in Georgia

Duration:  1 September, 2020 - 31 August, 2022

Budget:  45,950 EUR

Donor:  Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA, Human Security Division

The overall goal of the project is to promote the peaceful transformation of conflicts in Georgia
through improving collaboration, communication, and analysis among key Georgian stakeholders.

Project Name:  National Convention On The EU In Georgia (Phase 2)

Duration:  November 1, 2020 - March 31, 2022

Budget:  112,982 EUR

Donor:  Slovak Foreign Policy Association, The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung – Georgia.

The overall goal of the project is to stimulate direct, transparent, and open dialogue among the
target groups, to provide them with expert information and feedback from different networks,
groups or local organizations, to engage in the discussion on the key issues of the European
integration of Georgia and its eventual success and facilitate the establishment of the groups based on
the common cross-political interest.

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

Duration:  14 February, 2021 - 14 July, 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:  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.