Dr Sebastian Relitz
Founder & Director
Sebastian is a peacebuilding expert with a Ph.D. on conflict resolution in the South Caucasus and Eastern Europe. He is passionate about developing and implementing impactful dialogue and confidence building processes. Sebastian has sound experience in consulting international organisations on peacebuilding and security related questions.
Paata Alaverdashvili has background in mental health and trauma studies. He has been working in the youth work field since 2011 and in peacebuilding since 2015. Paata is currently exploring the element of trauma in peacebuilding processes.
Community and Alumni Programming, M&E
Olivia has a background in youth work, project management and implementation, and M&E. She holds an MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, is currently (slowly) studying Georgian, and is interested in education, nonviolent action, and the Caucasus.
Communications and Outreach
Liana is a Corridors alumna. She has a background in communication and public relations, and extensive experience in youth work. Liana is interested in peacebuilding, human rights, and non-formal and inclusive education.
Ana is a human rights lawyer with an LLM in Comparative Constitutional Law. She is experienced in legal research, project management and fieldwork in international development. Apart from human
rights, Ana's interests include peacebuilding, public international and humanitarian law.
Felip Daza Sierra
Felip is a researcher and practitioner on the field of peacebuilding, human security and nonviolent civil resistance. He has more than 15 years’ experience working in conflict-affected areas in the Middle East and North Africa, Eastern Europe and South Caucasus regions. Felip is also an educational expert and senior consultant for UN and Universities such as Sciences Po Paris.
Corridors - Dialogue through Cooperation is a German peacebuilding NGO. Since 2016, the organisation evolved from research and project work at the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies and Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena. Corridor's conceptual and thematic approach is thus strongly rooted in intensive academic analysis of the challenges and opportunities for civil society conflict transformation and dialogue promotion. In 2019, Corridors was finally established as a non-profit organisation in Berlin and has since evolved into one of Germany's leading peacebuilding NGOs in the South Caucasus and Eastern Europe.