Susan H. Allen, Professor, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, received $99,995 from the U.S. Department of State for: “Interactive Peacemaking.”
The objectives of the program are to increase constructive connections between civil society representatives relevant to Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. These increased constructive connections will be measured through participatory action evaluation, including participant self-assessment of connections built through:
- Face to face dialogue held with Georgian and South Ossetian civil society representatives;
- Study visit sessions including Georgian and South Ossetian civil society representatives;
- Online meetings held with Georgian and South Ossetian journalists; and
- Collaborative archiving efforts
This funding began in late Sept. 2022 and will end in late Sept. 2024.
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