Radarami

As a small and complex language, there has been little interest by international publishers to translate books into Georgian. As a consequence in the last twenty years translations into Georgian have been only within a few concentrated areas of interest and, if commercially available at all, are expensive. At the same time, Georgia's broadcast media has only modest and generally low quality international coverage. All of this leads to four dangerous trends in Georgian society: 1. Many in Georgia, particularly the overwhelming majority who are not fluent in English and can't afford much Internet time do not in fact know much about the conversations and motivations of the rest of the ...
Read&Connect:Georgia Joins the Global Conversation
 
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Radarami is a non-profit organization based in the country of Georgia (not the state). We bring globally significant topics to Georgians-things like climate change ("Fast Forward"), the role of China ("When a Billion Chinese Jump") and the global financial crisis. Currently, we are promoting Tony Judt's "Ill Fares the Land" which raises questions about the proper role of government and its engagement with the economy. project reportread updates from the field
Challenging Positive Attitudes Toward Stalin
 
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Despite being responsible for the deaths of approximately 20 million people, 68% of Georgians agree that "Stalin was a wise leader who brought power and prosperity to the Soviet Union." Since 2010, Radarami has engaged readers with new and sometimes controversial ideas through books. With your help, in 2014, we want to publish a book that addresses an unresolved aspect of Georgian history, one that still influences public debate in his birthplace, the country Georgia. project reportread updates from the field

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