Blogs

"Sympathetic protest caused by human feelings" - one story of the protest of an anti-Semitic play in Kutaisi in 1901

Sopiko Zviadadze, Council of Europe expert, is sharing stores which clearly reflect the power of society in the fight against discrimination. Stories include the historical facts how citizens living in Kutaisi reacted on the facts when beliefs of other citizens were insulted. See the full story...

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Cultural Experience as a Prevention of Discrimination: Why Antisemitism didn’t take place in Georgia

Ketevan Kakitelashvili, historian, cultural researcher shares the history of why antisemitism didn’t take place in Georgia in her blog “Cultural Experience as a Prevention of Discrimination”. See full blog in Georgian.

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Old, Diverse Akhaltsikhe

Sulkhan Saladze's blog about cultural diversity of Georgia in the period of second half of the XVI century until the end of February 1921.The blog features intercultural tolerance, cooperation and coexistence of different minority groups in Georgia. See the blog in Georgian.

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From kulbaks to caravans

Sulkhan Saladze's blog about cultural diversity of Georgia in the period of second half of the XVI century until the end of February 1921.The blog features intercultural tolerance, cooperation and coexistence of different minority groups in Georgia. See the blog in Georgian.

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