Publications

Latest Publication

Publication "Fight for the Public Space: When Private is Political" presents a collection of articles prepared in the frameworks of the International Gender Workshop, organized in March 2016 in Tbilisi.

Our Library

Photo: Heinrich Boell Foundation. Creative Commons License LogoThis image is licensed under Creative Commons License.

The South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation has a reach library with publications on such topics as Sociology, Democracy, History, Gender, Human Rights, Law, Ethnicity, Environment, etc. in English, German, Russian, and Georgian. See full list of publications.

Democracy

The publication "The city is ours" is the first attempts of the Heinrich Boell Foundation SC to systemically and critically analyze urban movements  emerged in Tbilisi in the recent years (2007-2015) and to define features and strategies of the main groups involved in the social movements in Tbilisi. At the same time, this publication clearly shows the readers and, above all, the urban movement activists the difficulties and problems that followed the protest movements.

This publication presents collection of Urban lectures held by urbanist-architect Lado Vardosanidze in the frameworks of the regional scholarship programme in 2004-2014 (in Georgian).

more publications

Gender Democracy

This study report "From Prejudice To Equality: Study of societal attitudes towards LGBTI people in Armenia" was prepared by NGO PINK Armenia within the frames of the EU-funded project “Solidarity Network for LGBTI in Armenia and Georgia” implemented by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.

The study “From Prejudice To Equality: Attitudes, Knowledge and Information Regarding the LGBT Community and Their Rights” is a study report prepared by WISG in the frames of the EU-funded project “ Solidarity Network for LGBTI in Armenia and Georgia ”.

more publications

Conflict Transformation

The publication – “The South Caucasus and Turkey: History Lessons of the 20th Century” is the collection of scientific articles prepared by authors from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey presenting the research and analytical materials on the key issues regarding history lessons in the South Caucasus and Turkey.

In the second half of the 1980s, with the beginning of the Armenian-Azer­baijani military escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijani residents of Kyzyl-Shafag, a village in northern Armenia, and Armenian residents of Kerkenj, a village in central Azerbaijan, met through their own initiative to negotiate a peaceful exchange of their villages.

more publications

Ecology & Sustainable Development

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.

Post Oil City

The edited version of the catalogue prepared for the exhibition Post Oil City organized by IFA and Arch+ (initially in 2010), reflects the architectural and urban projects developed and implemented in Asia, Africa and America and responds many other issues.

more publications

Collection of Articles by HBF Scholarship Holders

This publication unites 11 articles written by Armenian, Azerbaijani and Georgian alumni of the HBF SC regional scholarship programme from 2011, 2013 and 2014, which focus on understanding the inherent changes that have occured in the South Caucasus societies recently.

entities: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia

HBF South Caucasus Regional Office presents Collection of selected works by Alumni of the Regional Scholarship Programme. The Publication offers readers an analysis of the social and cultural transformation under way in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia and documents phenomena that have recently emerged in the South Caucasus.

“Observing Transformation: Adaptation Strategies in the South Caucasus” is the sixth compilation of articles written by Henrich Boell Foundation South Caucasus scholarship holders. Selected research works conducted in 2008 and in 2010 are presented in this publication.

Южный Кавказ остается горячей точкой с точки зрения существующих здесь конфликтов, политических и экономических перемен, а также образования этнических национальных государств. Все это порождает множество вопросов для общественных наук, что является, в свою оче редь, предметом кризиса и перемен. Основным направлением Фон да им. Генриха Бёлля на Южном Кавказе является поддержка программой стипендий ученых из стран Южно-Кавказского региона при разработке инновационных научно-исследовательских и образовательных проектов.

The proposed collection represents the scientific results of the fourth generation of the scholars of the Heinrich Böll Foundation from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia and allows observing the scope of scientific interests of the new generation of researchers in the South Caucasus.

The collection of papers presented to the reader by the Heinrich Boell Foundation, is not entirely ordinary. It is not in the sense that it presents papers written by young scholars whose original research was conducted not within the frameworks of a South Caucasus regional programme that has been carried out by the Foundation since 2003.

This volume contains a collection of papers presenting the individual research of young social scientists from Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia. The projects were carried out in 2005, within the framework of a scholarship programme run by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.

This volume contains a collection of papers presenting the individual research of young social scientist from Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. The projects were carried out in 2004, within the framework of a scholarship programme run by the South Caucasus Regional office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.