This document represents a collection of articles by Georgian, Abkhazian and Russian scholars identifying specific actions needed in four policy areas (human rights of the displaced and the returnees, human security, energy and economic development) in which Georgian-Abkhaz co-operation is deemed appropriate with a view to improving the living conditions of the local population 다운로드.
CITpax (2009). Georgian and Abkhaz Perspectives on Human Security and Development in Conflict-Affected Areas. CITpax – Toledo International Centre for Peace, A Policy Research Initiative 다운로드.
Examining the government’s efforts to provide housing to those internally displaced by the August 2008 conflict with Russia sheds light not only on the housing program itself, but on contemporary Georgian politics in general 허니셀렉트 캐릭터 다운로드. In particular, four traits characteristic of the United National Movement’s revolutionary governance are brought into focus: informal decision-making, fluid roles, heroic action, and vanguard politics 다운로드.
Bruckner, T. (2009). Decision-Making and Georgia’s Perpetual Revolution: The Case of IDP Housing. Caucasian Review of International Affairs, 3(2), 172-180 다운로드.
The collection of stories reveals issues that go beyond typical displacement and protection needs and touches on values, issues of identity, feelings and emotions. This book has been developed jointly by the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC); Norwegian Refugee Council in Georgia and Panos London’s Oral Testimony Programme, and is part of the larger endeavour to capture IDP voices worldwide 키위 닷컴 다운로드.
A Heavy Burden: Internally Displaced in Georgia. Stories of People from Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, 2008