In the caucasus we count

უსაფრთხო გადაადგილების შესაძლებლობები მგზავრებისთვის - საზოგადოების ყურადღების ცენტრში მოექცა

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

NDI and CRRC-Georgia Organise an International Conference on Polling

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the Caucasus Research Resource Center in Georgia (CRRC-Georgia) jointly organized an international conference on public opinion research and its role in fostering democratic processes, which took place on January 23, 2017 in Tbilisi....

Works-in-Progress on Georgian fighters in Syria and Iraq

On November 9, 2016, CRRC, ARISC and American Councils are pleased to announce the 7th talk of the Fall 2016 WiP series by Bennett Clifford on "Georgian foreign fighter deaths in Syria and Iraq: What can they tell us about overall recruitment trends?"...

On October 12 and 17, 2015, CRRC-Georgia and National Democratic Institute presented the results of a new poll. The results reflect data collected from August 8 to September 10, 2015.

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Why the civil service? The civil service as seen by civil servants in Georgia

The civil service plays an important role in the development of a country. Thus competence and motivation of civil servants matter. An online survey of civil servants conducted by CRRC-Georgia for NATO-PDP in December 2015 – January 2016 was one of the first attempts in Georgia to study civil servants’ perceptions of and attitudes towards their job. This blog post provides a brief overview of some of the findings, focusing on reported reasons for choosing to work in the civil service, the advantages and problems civil servants see with their jobs, as well as general assessments of civil servants’ motivation to work.