Initiative Unknown Stories of the Soviet Gori by the Cooperation for Peace and Progress has emerged from the project Lectures in Gori: the “Unknown” Soviet Past supported by the HBS in January-June 2015.

Recently, the EU launched a consultation on the future of its relations with neighbouring countries. The ENP was last reviewed in 2011. Given the significant developments in the neighbourhood since then, it is essential to undertake a fundamental review of the principles on which the policy is based as well as its scope and how its instruments should be used. As political foundation represented in the region, hbs participated at the review process and submitted our evaluation to the European Commission.

The South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation is inviting environmental journalists to participate into the four day training session. The main goal of the training is to increase the knowledge and capacity of Georgian journalists to report effectively on energy and environmental issues.


On August 2-8, 2015 the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation hosted 55 people from Georgia, Armenia, Germany, Croatia, Belgium, Czech Republic, Turkey and Russia in Tskhaltubo town (Georgia) in the frameworks of its newly initiated Green Academy.

The South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation announces the final results of the Call for Project Proposals for 2015/2016.

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Europe and South Caucasus

Eurasian Union

Since a controversial decision to sacrifice an Association Agreement with the EU in favor of joining the then-Customs Union, Armenia has gradually comes to terms with its new, more limited position.


In recent years, the South Caucasus energy transit corridor has occupied a significant place within the formation of the European Union’s energy security system.

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Conflict Transformation

The project “Stories from the South Caucasus” is implemented in cooperation with netgazeti.ge and its main goal is to produce news and articles regarding to the latest developments of the South Caucasus and accordingly, raise awareness and the level of interest of Georgian population on neighboring countries, as well as conflict regions of Georgia.

The persisting “frozen” military conflicts surrounding the South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Nagorno Karabakh regions restrict sustainable economic and social development as well as the establishment of free democratic civil societies in the South Caucasus.

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Ecology and Sustainable Development


On June 11-28 2015, Berlin hosted Make City festival which focused on the issues of urban commons, sustainable urban planning and participatory urban development and invited hundreds of guest from around the world to bring stories and experiences of the cities they come from.

Heinrich Boell Foundation was one of the partners of the festival and organizer of the study trip for participants from the Eastern Europe. Civil Activist Arpine Galfayan and Architect Nano Zazanashvili were participants of the event from the South Caucasus Region.

Arpine Galfayan shares her personal experience towards festival and trip to Berlin.

On June 12, 2015, the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation (HBF SC) organized the regional energy conference bringing together the representatives of academia, politicians, civil society, governmental organizations and international organizations, from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia to discuss the prospects of the sustainable energy systems in the South Caucasus Countries. 

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We are honored to welcome you on website of the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation. The Regional Office operates in the entire South Caucasus. As a calling card of our activities and positions, we hope to provide information about our work in an accessible format. The new website is divided into our programme areas: Democratic Development, Dialogue between the EU and the South Caucasus, Conflict Transformation and Ecology and Sustainable Development. You are invited to visit us often for further updates, and please feel free to contact us should you have any questions or comments.


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Goal of the present study is to identify the main features of the energy sectors of Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia and enable readers to draw conclusions on the extent to which the vectors of energy development of the neighbouring countries coincide and whether there is a common vision for the development of the energy sector within the region.