International Association CAUCASUS: Ethnic Relations, Human Rights, Geopolitics IACERHRG

Linked with Tsisana Rapava – Georgia.

The IACERHRG was founded in October 29, 1998, in Tbilisi, by the organizers and participants of the International Conference “The Genocide of the Caucasian Peoples”. IACERHRG is an International Non-Governmental, Research and Educational, Non-profit, Euro-Sceptic Organization.

Contact: IACERHRG, G. Tsabadze Street 3-32, Tbilisi 380012, Republic of Georgia. Contact Person: Dr. Levan Z. Urushadze, Tel/Fax: (995 32) 348651, E-mail, Web Site.

Main goals of the IACERHRG are:

  • 1. Permanent monitoring of the Human Rights situation in the Caucasus;
  • 2. Study the Ethnic Relations and Ethnic Conflicts in the Caucasus;
  • 3. Study the History of the Human Rights and National-Liberation movements in the Caucasus;
  • 4. Study the History of the Caucasian Nations;
  • 5. Study the History of the Intercultural Relations of the Caucasian Nations;
  • 6. Study the questions of the Caucasian Geopolitics;
  • 7. Study the Rights of the Nations;
  • 8. Study the questions of democratisation of the Electoral System in the Caucasian countries;
  • 9. Permanent activity against dictatorship and censorship in the Caucasus;
  • 10. Organizing of International and Regional Conferences and Seminars;
  • 11. Educational and publishing activities, etc.

IACERHRG is: A Member Organization of the NGO Coalition for an International Criminal Court (CICC); A Member Organization of the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA), A Member Organization of the HURPEC International Network, Affiliate Organization of the International Relations and Security Network (ISN), Affiliate Member of the Mandate the Future (MTF) Network, Participating Organization of the United Nations “WE THE PEOPLES” Initiative, Partner Organization of the Global Volunteer Network, Partner Organization of the “World of Peace, Inc.” (WOP), Observer Organization of the National Center for Freedom and Democracy of Georgia. (Last updated: August 2001).
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Links:

Wiser Earth;

wikipedia;

Re: Human Rights in the Chechen Republic Ichkeria and Georgia.

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