Reinventing Citizenship in the South Caucasus
January 2001 December 2002
Initiated and coordinated by CIMERA, this international research project
under the direction of the Geneva University is a cooperative endeavour
between interdisciplinary research teams in Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia.
The research, entitled Reinventing Citizenship in the South Caucasus, is intended to
explore the enduring dynamic contradictions between formal principles and popular
conceptions of citizenship in the South Caucasus.
Provide a contrasted view of the transition process as regards citizenship, in specific consideration
of the subjective level, which is too often neglected by policy-makers and international advisers;
Benefit scholars and provide practitioners with highly valuable information which could design future
directions for stimulating the participation of all the society groups;
The publication of the research results in English and in Russian, as well as pertinent documents,
could serve as an educational tool for students in law, political and social sciences.
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Geneva University, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Professor W. Doise
Tbilisi State University/Caucasian Institute for Peace Democracy and Development
Professor G. Nodia
National Academy of Sciences/Armenian Sociologist Association
Director G. Pogossian
Academy of Sciences/ Azerbaijan Psychologist Association
Director J. Efendi
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Swiss National Science Foundation, Programme SCOPES