Corridors contributes to peacebuilding in the South Caucasus and Eastern Europe by tackling root causes of conflict. We support people from the grassroots to the policy level and build mutual understanding through dialogue over the divide.
Corridors develops and implements participatory and holistic peace education and capacity building processes. We support the deconstruction of enemy images and build positive relations through joint learning and interest-driven cooperation.
Transforming protracted conflicts cannot take place without the meaningful inclusions of diverse actors. Empowering and connecting these people to become agents of change, overcome their trauma, and prepare their societies for peace is key.
Dialogue and Cooperation
Peace and Conflict Research
Trauma Informed Peacebuilding
Exciting news! We are looking for a new team member starting from July 1, 2023.
The part-time Project Coordinator supports our ongoing projects in the field of civil society conflict transformation, dialogue promotion and peacebuilding in the South Caucasus, Eastern Europe and Germany.
The position offers extensive opportunities to develop own initiatives and project ideas and to receive professional and conceptual support. Significant parts of the work will be done online and in Kakheti, with regular meetings and attendance of offline activities. This flexibility makes thein position relevant for young as well as for more experienced professionals from Georgia.
The deadline for applications is June 11, 2023.
We invite students and recent graduates from the South Caucasus, including conflict-affected regions, as well as France and Germany to participate in our summer school on "Strengthening Peace Education Capacities in the Caucasus."
The workshops will take place in Blossin, Germany, on August 14-19. This year’s session will introduce participants to the fundamentals of peacebuilding, with a particular emphasis on community approaches and aspects of cultural sensitivity. We will continue our well-established formula and train our guests on core competencies in conflict analysis, dialogue, and peace intervention.
In the summary of Aynura Babayeva's article called "The Aftermath of Forced Internal Displa(y)cement: Understanding Home and Belonging Among Internally Displaced Women," published in the Corridors Proceedings Vol. II, Aynura investigates the narratives surrounding displacement, home, and belonging in Azerbaijan. In research garnered through a series of interviews, she presents the complicated story of how some women in Azerbaijan experience #displacement.
Read the article here.