ENC In-Depth (EaP Series): Alternative Peace Processes for the South Caucasus

This ENC In-Depth (EaP series) is the second in a series of debates dedicated to a report on “Visions and Strategies for Conflict Transformation: Dominant and Alternative Discourses on Gender, Militarism, and Peace Processes“. The latter was published last year by the Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation with the support of the Center for Independent Social Research in the framework of the project Joint Platform for Realistic Peace in the South Caucasus.

This particular ENC In-Depth discussion is entitled ‘Alternative Peace Processes for the South Caucasus’ and assesses the impact of new transformative mechanisms for peace processes in the region, emphasizing the lessons learnt from Turkey and Colombia in the field of transitional justice, as well as the role of education and, in particular, multilingual education in promoting peace.

The discussion is conducted by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head Researcher for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of Nisan Alıcı, research coordinator in Demos Research Center for Peace, Democracy and Alternative Politics; and Dr. Philip Gamaghelyan, co-founder and director of programs of the Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation, and the co-managing editor of the Caucasus Edition.