Prof. Dr. Roland Werner

For over 40 years, I have been involved in evangelistic, pastoral and missionary work as well as teaching. My university training has been as a linguist (African and Semitic languages),

Natia Kopadze

“I am one of the least” Peace Cathedral is the place, where I was told that every little girl is a Princess, the daughter of the King who loves every

Mako Gavtadze

I am a lawyer. I have been working for the Tolerance Center operating under the umbrella of the Public Defender’s Office since 2006. I am working on Human Rights issues

Dali Gasviani

I was born in Poti, West Georgia, in 1950. I graduated from school and lived with my family in love and kindness without any connection with religion. I was 17

Irakli Iagorashvili

Irakli Iagorashvili from Telavi. I have been engaged in civil activism since 2013. Have participated in the projects by UN Association–Advancing National Integration in Georgia and Promoting Integration Tolerance and

Vakhtang Makarashvili

I was born in Telavi, East Georgia. After graduating from School I moved to Tbilisi where I studied at Physics at the Tbilisi State University. It was the time when

Tamar Chergoleishvili

I am 42. I have been working without interruption for 22 years. I had worked for the western organizations until 2008 : American Lawyers’ Association, US Legal Department, European Court

Simon Spanner Hansen

Present: Social worker in Denmark. Refugee from Georgia where I spent the most important years of my life. Early life: Theological Student in Baptist seminar in Tbilisi. Co-worker in Betheli

Oktai Kazumov

My name is Oktai Kazumov. I was born in 1984 in the family of the philologist in the village of Tsikhisdziri, in Mtskheta municipality. I graduated from the public school

Achi Mamisashvili

I was born in a rural area. Part of my family (my mother and her parents) were members of the Baptist Church and another part (my father and his parents)