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Tserovani: from settlement to town

Second article published at the Observatori about the Georgian IDP settlement of Tserovani. The settlement is located 22km from Didube’s bus and metro station in northwest Tbilisi. Buses leave almost every hour and prices are around 30 cents… Read More

Along the barbed wire, the desire for recovery – the socio-economic challenges of Ergneti

Ergneti is one of the numerous villages located next to the administrative boundary line (ABL), the demarcation between Georgia and Tskhinvali region or South Ossetia. Following the Georgia-Russia War in August 2008, barbed wire fences wereinstalled on the… Read More

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We educate: we believe that education is the main driver of social transformation, whatever the age of the learner. International training courses: We organise international training courses through the Erasmus+ programme with the aim of empowering young people… Read More

Noncitizens of Latvia (II): deniezenship or statelessness?

The 21st of July 1940, marks the 77th anniversary of the creation of the Latvian Socialist Soviet Republic. More than fifty years of Soviet domination had severe socio-economic and cultural repercussions for Latvians but also for those ethnic… Read More

Noncitizens of Latvia (I): The origins of the issue

This June 17th marked the 77th anniversary of the Soviet Union occupation of the Republic of Latvia, and followed the anniversary of the creation of the Latvian Socialist Soviet Republic on the 21st of July 1940. More than… Read More