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
Corridors is looking for a (part-time) Peace Camp Manager from December 1, 2023 to coordinate the set-up and construction,
management, and further development of our new PeaceCamp in Kakheti (Georgia). We are seeking an experienced professional with proven track record in managing complex processes,
with profound problem-solving skills, and experience in the hospitality and seminar business.
The Peace Camp Manager has the following tasks:
- Coordinating the construction and shaping of the PeaceCamp in Gremi. - Developing and implementing efficient systems to operate seminar and hospitality activities. - Organizing workshops, trainings and promoting and managing a social hospitality business.
We are excited to receive your application (CV, motivation letter, supporting documents) in one PDF, stating your salary expectation, by November 26, 2023 to email@example.com.
We invite Georgians aged 18-30 years, interested in topics of sustainability, peacebuilding, and woodwork, and open to meeting and connecting with other youth.
The workshop will mainly take place in Temi Community, a place where people with different backgrounds and abilities live and work together. Accomodation, food, and transportation are provided by the organisers.
The workshop will be held in Georgian language.
If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to reach out (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interested people are invited to fill in the registration form until November 20.
We are thrilled to announce the release of Corridors Proceedings Vol. IV: Maneuvering Increased Vulnerability
and Polarization in the Caucasus. This publication is a testament to the dedication and expertise of young civil society actors and researchers from
across the Caucasus region, diversifying conflict-related discourses and amplifying the voices of marginalized groups.
Find the publication, along with the three previous Corridors Proceedings volumes in the Publications section.