Irina Liczek, Project Manager
+995 32 2224751
6 Mirtskhulava Street, 2nd Floor
Tbilisi 0179 Georgia
This joint EU/UNDP programme supports immediate and concrete initiatives, which seek to have an impact on confidence building within and across conflict divided communities. The objective of COBERM is to foster a peaceful transformation of conflicts.
COBERM prioritizes ideas/projects facilitating direct people-to-people contacts across conflict divides. However, opportunities are also sought to support the enhancement of an enabling environment within the divided communities. It is particularly interested in projects that help to:
The first stage of the programme in 2010-2012 featured a number of successful projects, such as: youth summer camps, peace journalism, publishing of a Georgian-Ossetian and Ossetian-Georgian dictionary, a collection of stories and discussion papers by the South Caucasus writers and scholars, and digitalisation of archive documents related to culture and history.
|European Union||US$ 6,476,683.94
|Government of the Netherlands||US$ 259,740.26
|2013||US$ 2, 876,985.04|