Caucasus Center for Civil Hearings is a non-for-profit organization based in Georgia and working to strengthen open society, support human rights, conflict prevention and democratic development of Georgia and South Caucasus. Caucasus Center for Civil Hearings support open dialogue among journalists and NGOs.
Caucasus Center for Civil Hearings activities and innovative use of new technology empower general audience, NGOs and media professionals to actively participate in the political and social decision-making and affect positive change.
Caucasus Centre for Civil Hearings was registered in 2009, since that time they have implemented civil Hearings in following direction:
We organize Civil Hearings in four directions:
- South Caucasus - Hearing/Debate with the participation of (Azeri, Armenian and Georgian speakers)
- Local Hearings/Debate with the participation of Georgian speakers in the regions of Georgia.
- Civil Hearings with the participation of Ukrainian, Moldovan, Georgian and Russian speakers.
- Civil Hearings with the participation of speakers from Sokhumi, Tskhinvali and Tbilisi.
Currently they have on- going project “Civil Hearings – Tbilisi, Sokhumi, Tskhinvali”. The project is financed by UNDP and European Commission. The main aim of this project is to built trust; change the attitude and reduce image of enemy through open dialog and objective coverage of media of common interests. The projects includes face to face dialogue of Journalists and civil society members. The meetings is held in Armenia and total 60 pers are participated.