On September 19-23 Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University hosted the autumn school – “EU’s Policies Towards the East: Deepening, Widening, Bridging the Gap?”
On September 13 the winners of GIP online quiz were awarded with special prizes.
Online quize was part of the project “Raising Electoral Awareness Among Georgian Youth” (more…)...
On September 6-7 civil society leaders and experts from Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine gathered in Lopota to discuss the state of reforms in the framework of Association Agreements (AA) in the three countries.
Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University hosts international summer school – “Towards a Euro-Atlantic Strategy in the Black Sea Region”.
On Monday 25th July the 1st session of the summer school was opened at BSU by Archil Karaulashvili,
GIP Director Participates in the Conference – “Between Aspirations and Realities: Strengthening the Legal Framework of the OSCE”
GIP Director – Kornely Kakachia – participated in the conference entitled “Between Aspirations and Realities: Strengthening the Legal Framework of the OSCE,” which was held on Wednesday, July 13, 2016, in the Harnack-Haus of the Max Planck Society in Berlin.
Presentation of Kornely Kakachia at the conference – “French studies on Georgia – Area, History, Geopolitics”
On June 8, 2016, GIP director – Kornely Kakachia – participated at the conference – “French studies on Georgia – Area, History, Geopolitics”. The topic of his discussion was “The South Caucasus – between integration and fragmentation” followed by him moderating the panel on which French Master and PhD students presented the work they carried out about Georgia.
Bidzina Lebanidze at the Joint Conference “Ukraine: A Captured State? How to Put the Country Back onto the Path to Reform”
On May 26 GIP fellow – Bidzina Lebanidze – took part in Joint Conference “Ukraine: A Captured State? How to Put the Country Back onto the Path to Reform” organized by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and the Ukraine Forum at Chatham House. (more…)...
International Conference “Religion, Foreign influences and Parliamentarism: The Prospect of Consolidated Democracy in Georgia”
Georgian Institute of Politics hosted the international conference – “Religion, Foreign influences and Parliamentarism: The Prospect of Consolidated Democracy in Georgia” on May 18th, 2016.
GIP Director, Kornely Kakachia, took part in the 5th Georgian-German Strategic Forum held on 26-27 April in the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (Berlin, Germany).
On 26-27 April, 2016 Fifth Georgian-German Strategic Forum took place in Berlin, Germany. The forum was first launched in 2012 by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with the Atlantic Council of Georgia.
Georgian Institute of Politics’ held a public lecture on the challenges and obstacles to a stronger parliament. (more…)...
Round Table On The Challenges And Obstacles To A Stronger Parliament
In 2013 Georgia implemented constitutional amendments which significantly transferred power away from the president. (more…)...