- International Fellowship
- Junior Fellowship
The CRRC Fellowship Program was launched in 2004 to 2008 in order to support outstanding researchers in the South Caucasus interested in pursuing original policy-oriented research. CRRC gave out grants to fellows to analyze policy relevant issues in economics, sociology, demography and other social science related fields. Fellows were encouraged to use data gathered under the CRRC Data Initiative (Caucasus Barometer) as well as new and existing data sources to complete their research. Grantees were selected through a competitive process of both peer review and a selection committee of leading practitioners and researchers.
With great success, the Fellowship Program was brought online in 2007. Fellows could use an exciting online learning platform called Moodle (you can login as "guest") to increase their application skills. Moodle also provided an interactive environment for applicants to communicate with each other and CRRC staff during the application process, which had significantly improved the quality of applications.
Fellows were required to submit their publications to a peer-reviewed journal in the English language, which CRRC sees as important in integrating the Caucasus into global academic dialogue and discourse.
Simon Gabritchidze and Tamar Trapaidze
Evaluation of State Obstetric Care Programme for the Population Living below the Poverty Line in Georgia
Ia Svintradze and Grigol Ubiria
How Poverty Separates Families: Impact of International Labour Migration on Families and Children in Georgia
Toward More Effective Urban Transport Policy: Understanding the Travel Behavior of Tbilisi Residents
The Reasons for Changes in Life Expectancy in Georgia
The Influence of Changes in Tax Legislation on Philanthropy in Georgia
Research on Returning Immigrants to Georgia
Public Attitude and Key Trends related to Education in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia: A Study Based on the 2004 Caucasus Research Resource Centers Data Initiative Survey
Georgian Media about the Conflict in Tskhnivali Region in Summer 2004
Poverty and Influence in the Countries of South Caucasus: Correlations between People’s Perception and actual Familiy Economic Condition
Rate of Migration in Georgia: Study Based on the 2002 Census
The Debate Concerning National Ideology in the 90s in Georgia
Study of Attitudes of Local Population toward the Social Institutions and International Organizations in the South Caucasian Countries
Guidelines to Help Address Social Issues without State Involvement
Comparative Analysis of Election Campaign Programs of the Political Parties in the South Caucasian Countries
Study the Necessary Conditions for Forming the Civic Attitudes and Integration into the Public Life, and Development of Mutual Understanding among the Ethnic Georgian, Azeri and Armenian Youths Living in Georgia
Study the Life Style and Life Condition of the Georgian Population in Gali District (Abkhazia Region)
The Barriers Hindering the Development of Co-ups and Other Forms of Partnerships in the Rural Areas of West Georgia
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