FES in South Caucasus

The Regional Office South Caucasus is based in Tbilisi and coordinates programs in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. In addition, there is a Liaison Office in Yerevan that focuses on projects in Armenia under the umbrella of the Regional Office in Tbilisi.

 

In the South Caucasus, the FES:

Builds and maintains a network of partners and key individuals in all branches of government, academia, think tanks, NGOs, trade unions, international organizations and the media.

Develops, implements and supports a wide range of projects in its three priority areas in cooperation with local and international partners.

Observes and analyses political developments in all three countries for its vast network of local, German and European experts as well as politicians and partners and the interested public. 

Our Topics:

  • Participation and Democracy
  • Social Justice, Economy and Labour
  • Peace and Security
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Conference: The Future of Labour Inspection in Georgia

On May 25, 2017, the Public Defender of Georgia, together with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) and the Human Rights Education and Monitoring...

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Social and Economic Policy in Armenia’s Parliamentary Elections

On 5 May, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression (CPFE, www.khosq.am) invited leading Armenian politicians,...

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Entramat (Armenia)

The Entramat is a web product, which should give a user decision-making assistance in elections.

The questions of the entramat were compiled by young...

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“Independence Generation: Education, Social Aspirations and Implications for Development"

What are the concerns, aspirations, values and lifestyles of Armenia’s youth?

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INCREASING INEQUALITY REDUCES LONG-TERM GROWTH

The consequences of increasing economic inequality for the development of the economy have been the subject of considerable controversy for some time...

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Georgia and Russia: In Search of Ways for Normalization

Since Georgia’s independence and the emergence of the Russian Federation as a successor of the

Soviet Union on the international stage, the relations...

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