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The Tbilisi Initiative - List of seminars and meetings and available reports

2002 

Regional meeting for the "Tbilisi Initiative" with the writers of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the Russian Federation
London, United Kingdom, 16-18 decembre 2002

Meeting of Experts on the Follow-up to “The Tbilisi Initiative”
Moscow, Russian Federation, 12 – 13 November 2002

2001 

Regional Meeting on the "Tbilisi Initiative"
Tbilisi, Georgia, 7 – 8 December 2001

2000 

Activities for the Development and Consolidation of Democratic Stability (ADACS)
The Tbilisi Initiative:

Seminar on “How to teach controversial and sensitive issues in present-day secondary schools”
Tbilisi, Georgia, 13-14 November 2000

Seminar on “How to teach controversial and sensitive issues in history in present-day secondary schools”
Yerevan, Armenia, 9 – 10 October 2000

Seminar on "New approaches in teaching history in secondary schools
in a regional context"
Kislovodsk, Russian Federation, 13-15 September 2000

Seminar on ‘How to teach controversial and sensitive issues in history in present day secondary schools’
Baku, Azerbaijan, 10-11 May 2000

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1999 

Regional Meeting on the "Tbilisi Initiative”
Moscow, Russian Federation, 27-29 October 1999

1998 

Preliminary Meeting on "The Tbilisi Initiative"
Kasbegy, Georgia, 2 – 3 October 1998

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1997 

Regional Seminar on “The reform of history teaching in secondary schools
Tbilisi, Georgia, 25-27 September 1997