This issue is dedicated to the EUMM Human Security Teams. Each of the three EUMM Field Offices has a specialised Human Security team – normally consisting of between five and seven monitors – who follow the living conditions of people affected by the conflict in their specific area of operations.
Ever since the Mission first deployed to Georgia, identifying the needs and daily challenges of internally displaced persons and local residents whose lives have been adversely affected by the conflict, has been a priority. ‘Normalisation’ – meaning the return to the life that the conflict affected population enjoyed before it was disrupted by the war – is one of the four pillars of the Mission’s mandate.
Find out more in the new issue, which focuses on our dedicated staff who monitor and report on the subject daily, both at the EUMM Headquarters (HQ) in Tbilisi and at the Field Offices in Mtskheta, Gori and Zugdidi.
The aim of The EUMM Monitor is to provide the general public – in Georgia, EU Member States, and internationally – with wide-ranging and specific information about the work of the European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia.
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