CSS invites all interested to the presentation on
“The prevalence of self-medication: A preliminary study”
by Anastasia Cosma, University of Bucharest, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow
Date: 30 January, 2020, 18:00
Venue: Tbilisi State University II block, III floor, room #336
Address: 3 Chavchavadze Ave., Tbilisi, Georgia
By Lela Javakhishvili, Tornike Korkotashvili
The Objective of the current study was to identify the most demanded expertise on the Khoni labor market. For this purpose, qualitative research method, namely in-depth interviews were utilized. Total of 11 interviews with the local employers from governmental agencies, nongovernmental organizations and private businesses were carried out. Overall, according to the employers, there is a high demand on high as well as low skilled labor force in the municipality. Computer literacy, clerical work and foreign language knowledge was equally underlined as essential by all employers. As for the non-formal education, only those employers whose organization depends on high skilled labor force (production, local municipality administration and healthcare sector, NGOs) allocate certain funds for training their personnel. Taking into account the general market demands on the local labor market, respondents named computer literacy, financial literacy, and foreign languages as the most desirable educational programs for raising the skills of the existing/potential employees.
The study was commissioned by DVV International.
Center for Social Sciences announces a student competition within the project “Young Georgian Women for NATO”, funded by NATO Public Diplomacy Office.
On May 9-11, 2018 Center for Social Sciences and Oxford Brookes University host a summer school at Tbilisi State University. The summer school is organized with the framework of the CASPIAN project with the financial support of EC Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network.
On February 26-27, 2018 Center for Social Sciences organized two panel discussions under the “EU Talks” Series. The discussions are organized within the CSS project “Raising Awareness on Georgia’s Europeanization in Academia” co-funded by EU Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Activities.