The European Partnership for the Peaceful
Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh
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.
Dialogue Through Film gives young people the opportunity to learn film-making skills and to work together to make short documentaries reflecting the realities of their everyday lives.
Dialogue Through Film Handbook
Empowering Armenian and Azeri women to take part in society and in peace negotiations
The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation (Swedish for ‘woman to woman’) works with local women’s organisations in Armenia and Azerbaijan to increase women’s power and influence in society and in the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process (in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 1325).
Analyticon current affairs magazine
Analyticon is a monthly current affairs magazine, published by the Stepanakert Press Club. The journal is published in hard copy and online.