Mongolian edition of the Centers for Pluralism Newsletter, produced by the Center for Civic Education
Miljenko Dereta of Civic Initiatives (center) leading a working group at the Baku Centers for Pluralism Meeting in 2003.
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:21:13-04:00September 27th, 2015|
A newsletter in Russian of IDEE's Women in the Caucasus program (1999-2001)
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:11:18-04:00September 27th, 2015|
The logo of the Lam Center for Pluralism from Chechnya, which produced the Dispatches from Chechnya.
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:08:27-04:00September 27th, 2015|
A newsletter in Armenian of IDEE's Women in the Caucasus program (1999-2001).
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:07:14-04:00September 27th, 2015|
The Inam Center for Pluralism newsletter, called Third Sektor (2004).
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:06:40-04:00September 27th, 2015|
A poster of Civic Initiative's coalition campaign, Izlaz (Elections) 2000, part of IDEE's Civic Bridges program.
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:06:04-04:00September 27th, 2015|
A translation of Jakub Karpinski's "Post-Communism" into Serbian, published by Civic Initiatives as part of IDEE's Civic Bridges program.
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-27T15:00:48-04:00September 27th, 2015|
From Left, Vincuk Viacorka (Supolnasc Civil Society Center in Belarus), Miljenko Dereta (Civic Initiatives in Serbia), Eric Chenoweth (IDEE), and Ivlian Haindrava (Civic Development Center-Georgia) at a Centers for Pluralism meeting in Budapest (2001).
By Eric Chenoweth|2015-09-23T17:58:58-04:00September 23rd, 2015|