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Author: Nana Gamkrelidze

A permanent home? Hopes for peace in borderline communities in Armenia

In her latest blog Nana Gamkrelidze reflects on the results from consultations with communities in Tavush, Armenia.

Nana Gamkrelidze | Community security | 21 December 2015

Living under siege

Nana Gamkrelidze reflects on September’s serious military escalation between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the second of her blog series.

Nana Gamkrelidze | Community security, Early warning | 12 October 2015

A generation that does not know peace: children and youth living on the Armenian-Azerbaijani frontline

Nana Gamkrelidze explores the impact of a resurgence in fighting along the Armenia and Azerbaijan border on youth, and the importance of including youth voices in peace projects.

Nana Gamkrelidze | Youth, Community security | 12 August 2015



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