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Works-in-Progress on Prison Reforms and Prison Riots

On June 28, 2017, CRRC, ARISC and American Councils present the 15th talk of the Spring 2017 Works-in-Progress series on “Prison Reforms and Prison Riots: Exploring Resistance to Change in Post-Soviet Prisons" by Gavin Slade, University of Glasgow....

Works-in-Progress on Minority Language Rights and Education in Georgia

On June 14, 2017, CRRC, ARISC and American Councils are proud to present the 13th talk of the Spring 2017 Works-in-Progress series on Linguistic Minority Rights in Georgia and the State Educational System: Contradictions and Progress in Recent Years by Jean-François Juneau, Universi...

Works-in-Progress on Religion in Public Schools in Georgia

On April 26, 2017, CRRC, ARISC and American Councils are proud to present the 7th talk of the Spring 2017 Works-in-Progress series by Ketevan Gurchiani, from Ilia State University on “Georgia in-Between: Religion in Public Schools”....

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ბოლო დროს, ახალ ამბებში სულ უფრო ხშირად გვესმის ფატალური ავტოსაგზაო შემთხვევების შესახებ, რაც ხაზს უსვამს საქართველოში საგზაო უსაფრთხოების გაუმჯობესების აუცილებლობას...

 

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Visa liberalization: Expectations in Georgia

In March, 2017, after nearly five years of negotiations, a visa liberalization agreement with the Schengen zone countries came into force for Georgian citizens. Even though political elites generally perceive this achievement as a step forward for Georgia, the public’s attitudes and expectations about visa liberalization are not solely positive. Using CRRC/NDI April 2017 survey data, this blog post presents some assessments of the EU-Georgia visa liberalization.

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