ZUGDIDI - As a result of the ongoing conflict in 1992-93, Zugdidi hosted the largest number of IDPs, the material prepared within the framework of the project is based on the personal memories of some of them.
In the article, the respondents, who had to leave their native country and home at an early age, talk about what the war is like as seen through the eyes of a child and how they live with the traumas they have endured to this day, whether or not the harrowing experiences they received in childhood had an impact on the formation of their personalities.
- War through the eyes of children. The Ukrainian-Georgian Experience, Zugdidi, Radio Atinati, 05/10/2022
- Internally Displaced Persons In The Carpathians (in Ukrainian), Goethe Jadu,18/10/2022
- Wie geflüchtete Kinder in den Bergen ein Stück Normalität finden - Perspective Daily 09 December 2022
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