Ronald Koven at the Centers for Pluralism meeting in Tuzla in 1997.
At a CfP meeting in Baku in 2003, Rony Koven (center) with Luminita Petrescu (Foundation for Pluralism in Romania) followed by Davit Berdzenishvili, Fridon Sakvarelidze, unknown, and Ivlian Haindrava from Georgia.
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A workshop of women civic activists as part of IDEE's Central Asia program, held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
In Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, a workshop of the Citizens' Against Corruption NGO design a public campaign as part of IDEE's Civic Bridges in Central Asia.
A march of the Belarus Popular Front in 1994 displays.
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Centers for Pluralism Newsletter No. 24 (Winter, 2001).
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Participants at the Centers for Pluralism Meeting in Tuzla, Bosnia and Hercegovina (1997)
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