GIP participated in the “European Policy Center (EPC)” political dialogue

On April 21, Prof. Kornely Kakachia, the Director of the Georgian Institute of Politics, together with Marina Kaljurand, Member of the European Parliament, participated in a webinar “Georgia’s Political Crisis and the Effectiveness of the EU’s Response – What next? “. The f...
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MEPs statement on Georgia: open discussion with civil society and media

The Georgian Institute of Politics organized an open discussion between civil society, media and the Members of European Parliament (MEPs) on their recent statement on Georgia, on April 7, 2021. The online meeting brought together over 60 participants, including MEPs representing different European ...
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Online movie-discussion: The line between unbiased media coverage and the encouragement of radical right-wing narratives

On January 25, Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) organized the second online movie-discussion based on the 3 following documentary videos: “Right-wing populists and the EU” by Deutsche Welle (DW)  “Georgia’s Rave Revolution” by BBC  and the media report by Radio Liberty titled...
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Online discussion: Far-Right Groups in Media

On 30th of September GIP organized a fourth online public discussion “Far-Right Groups in Media”, under the framework of the public discussion series “Analysing Illiberal Tendencies in Georgia”. The discussion series, which is financially supported by the Open Society Georgian Foundation (OS...
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Online discussion: Civic Integration-related Progress and Challenges of Ethnic Minorities in Georgia

*The text is available in Armenian and Azerbaijani languages On July 15, 2020, the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) hosted an online public discussion about “Civic Integration-related Progress and Challenges of Ethnic Minorities in Georgia.” The discussion, which took place using the online ...
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