Call for Young Researchers from Georgia on Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus

Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) together with the Heinrich Boell Foundation Tbilisi Office – South Caucasus Region is launching the project “Current State and Trends of Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus”, which aims at encouraging young researchers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia to develop relevant policy briefs on contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy towards South Caucasus region. (more…)

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Call for Young Researchers from Azerbaijan on Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus

Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) together with the Heinrich Boell Foundation Tbilisi Office – South Caucasus Region is launching the project “Current State and Trends of Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus”, which aims at encouraging young researchers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia to develop relevant policy briefs on contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy towards South Caucasus region. (more…)

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Call for Young Researchers from Armenia Project on Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus

In collaboration with the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) and the Heinrich Boell Foundation Tbilisi Office – South Caucasus Region, the Regional Studies Center (RSC) is assisting with the launch of their project, “The Current State and Trends of Turkish Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus”, which is engaged in a collaborative effort by young researchers from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia to develop relevant policy briefs on contemporary Turkish foreign policy related to the South Caucasus region. (more…)

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GIP launches a new project with USAID support to promote transformational young leaders in Georgia

To promote transformational young leaders in Georgia, enhancing their participation and representation in public life, the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP), with the financial support of USAID, is launching a new project. In the framework of this project, the GIP, in partnership with the CRRC Georgia, plans to engage young Georgian leaders in discussion and encourage them towards political and civic participation. (more…)

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Call for Applications: GEOPATH Scholarship Scheme for PhD in Political Science

The Georgian Institute of Politics and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs in cooperation with Faculty of Social and Political science of TSU would like to invite prospective PhD students to apply for the GEOPATH scholarship scheme for the academic year of 2019-2022.

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Join GIP Team

Currently, GIP seeks to fill the following positions – all interested candidates are welcome to apply by sending a CV and motivation letter to info@gip.ge, including the position title in the subject line. Applications should be prepared in English and submitted by September 24, COB.  

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A new article by Kornely Kakachia and Bidzina Lebanidze explaining Ukraine’s and Georgia’s drive towards Europe

Journal of Contemporary European Studies published a new article by GIP Senior Policy Analysts – Bidzina Lebanidze and Kornely Kakachia – “Defying marginality: explaining Ukraine’s and Georgia’s drive towards Europe”

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Upcoming | Project Closing Conference – “Communicating EU: the Role of Media in Georgia and the Visegrad Countries”

On July 4, 2019 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) is hosting a media conference – “Communicating EU: the role of media in Georgia and the Visegrad countries” #ReportEU at the Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi.

The conference brings together think tanks and researchers from Georgia, Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic to discuss media’s editorial policies for the EU reporting, share experiences from the Visegrad countries, and analyse how state-media cooperation could strengthen strategic communication of Georgia’s Europeanization.

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Call for Applications – Black Sea Summer University 2019

Tbilisi, 8-14 July, 2019
Working language: English

Apply for a chance to attend Black Sea Summer University – Georgia in the Wider Black Sea Region – organized by Centre International de Formation Européenne (Nice University) and the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP).

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Press Release: Upcoming seminar in Marneuli for young journalists and students: DCFTA implementation in Georgia

On April 16, 2019 The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) will conduct a seminar for young journalists and students in Marneuli, who are interested in Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) implementation in Georgia. The one-day seminar aims to raise awareness about DCFTA benefits as well as main challenges for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs). 

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Press Release: Training in Tbilisi for journalists, editors and NGO representatives working in the eastern part of Georgia

On February 25-26, 2019 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) organizes training in Tbilisi for journalists, editors and NGO representatives working in the eastern part of Georgia who are interested in EU-Georgia relations. Training is a part of the GIP project “Experience-Sharing of V4 Countries to Promote Media Professionalism in reporting Georgia’s European integration” funded by International Visegrad Foundation. (more…)

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“Germany’s Role in Georgia’s European Future: How to align expectations?” – GIP & IEP joint public event in Berlin

On February 8 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) and the Institute for European Politics (IEP) jointly organised a public event on “Germany’s Role in Georgia’s European Future: How to align expectations?” in Berlin, Germany. 

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GIP and NUPI start a new project: “Competency through Cooperation: Advancing knowledge on Georgia’s strategic path” (GEOPATH)

The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) is happy to announce the beginning of GEOPATH, a four-year collaboration project with Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), funded by the Research Council of Norway.

GEOPATH revolves around a research project that will produce cutting-edge, well-informed research on the crucial question of Georgia’s future strategic path.  In a climate increasingly defined by rapidly deteriorating Russia-West relations, the project will study how key actors – Georgia, the breakaway Abkhazia, the EU and Russia (more…)

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GIP organized a meeting between Thomas Buchsbaum and representatives from Georgian think-tanks, NGOs and academia

On December 11, 2018 Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) hosted a closed meeting of representatives from Georgian think-tanks, NGOs and academia with the Austrian Special Envoy on Eastern Partnership, Ambassador H.E. Thomas BuchsbaumThe event aimed at discussing Eastern Partnership initiative, as well as, Georgia’s Democratisation and Europeanisation processes, its opportunities and challenges.

The meeting, initiated by Embassy of the Republic of Austria to Georgia, was held at Information Center on NATO and EU.

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