The European Partnership for the Peaceful
Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh
Beginning in 2010 a cross-conflict forum supported by Conciliation Resources, the “Karabakh Contact Group”, (http://www.c-r.org/featured-work/karabakh-contact-group) has brought together Armenian and Azerbaijani experts to discuss and re-examine some of the core problems underlying the Nagorny Karabakh conflict.
On 21 October International Alert and Conciliation Resources brought together a number of key local partners from Azerbaijan, Armenia and NK for a joint strategic meeting in London. The aims of the meeting were to discuss key challenges facing implementation in the current context, including the political climate following the escalation of violence on the frontline in August and growing operational constraints, and to identify opportunities and possible ways forward.
Opening up the debate on 20 years of peacebuilding
Lessons learned from peacebuilding in the NK conflict context – reflections from the joint expert group
Media Workshop Brings Together Journalists from the NK Conflict Context
We see dialogue as an essential part of building peace. It can help people from across the region to promote change in their societies by engaging with counterparts with vastly differing perspectives on the conflict.
Turkish-Armenian-Azerbaijani documentary Memories Without Borders
Memories Without Borders is a 55-minute documentary produced by a group of Armenian, Azerbaijani and Turkish filmmakers in 2012, as part of the Dialogue Through Film initiative. The documentary looks at the legacy of conflict on individual lives today, exploring questions of home, identity and memory.