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Observers praise Georgia’s fight against COVID-19, criticize Orthodox Church

Expert Polls #11, Georgian Institute of Politics, March 2020

The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) conducted its eleventh expert poll from March 23 to 25. Forty Georgian and international scholars and political observers answered questions about the recent COVID-19 pandemic and Georgia’s resilience against it. The responses positively assessed the measures taken by the Georgian government and healthcare system and identified the non-compliance of the Georgian Orthodox Church and some citizens with quarantine and state of emergency rules as the most serious challenges.

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Rethinking EU Responses To Global And Diffuse Risks

Kornely Kakachia, Bidzina Lebanidze
Originally published by EU-LISTCO

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ELS Diaries: March Edition

In February 2020, Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) launched its “Emerging Leaders School” (ELS) in four different cities of Georgia – Tbilisi, Rustavi, Batumi, and Zugdidi.  The initiative is being implemented within the framework of the project “Promoting Youth Transformational Leaders in Georgia” by Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) with the financial support of USAID/Georgia and in partnership with CRRC Georgia.  (more…)

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GIP’s social media campaign – ELS Women in Focus

GIP joined International Women’s Day celebration by running a week-long social media campaign – ELS Women in Focus in the period of 2-8 March. Our decision was primarily determined by the impressive stories of the female participants of the Emerging Leaders School, which has been recently launched in Tbilisi, Rustavi, Batumi and Zugdidi under the project – “Promoting Youth Transformational Leaders in Georgia” implemented by GIP with the financial support of USAID/Georgia. (more…)

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