2021-2024 – Meditized EU: Mediatized Discourses on Europeanization and Their Representations in Public Perceptions. In partnership with Dublin City University (coordinator), University of Nebrija Madrid, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), Center of Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal, European Neighbourhood Council, Belgium, and Corvinus University of Budapest. Donor: Horizon 2020 | The EU Framework Programme for Research. H2020-SC6-TRANSFORMATIONS-2020.
2020-2024 – MARKETS: Mapping Uncertainties, Challenges and Future Opportunities of Emerging Markets: Informal Barriers, Business Environments and Future Trends in Eastern Europe, The Caucasus and Central Asia. In partnership with Dublin City University (coordinator), University College London, Maastricht University, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Helsingin Yliopisto, Leuven Catholic University, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, University of Bremen. Donor: Research Executive Agency of the European Commission, Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network. MSCA-ITN-2019
2019-2020 – Introduction of the American-Style Graduate School System to Georgia. Donor: Alumni Grants Program, U.S. Embassy in Georgia
2019-2021 – KnowEU: Enhancing Knowledge on Georgia’s EU Integration among Ethnic Minorities. Donor: Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Activities
2019 – Study of Georgian Labour Market. Sponsor: GICE Partnership
2019 – Educational Needs Assessment of Khoni Municipality Population and Labour Market. Donor: DVV International
2019 – Young Georgian Women for NATO. Donor: NATO Public Diplomacy Programme
2019-2022 – Challenges to Bologna: High-productive Labour Force and Higher Education in Georgia. Donor: Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation
2018-2021 – SHADOW: An exploration of the nature of informal economies and shadow practices in the former USSR region. In partnership with Dublin City University (coordinator), Lunds University, University of Bucharest, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology Ltd, Levada Analytical Center, SIAR research and consulting, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, JAHON OITISODIYOTI VA DIPLOMATIVA UNIVERSITETI, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool.Donor: Research Executive Agency of the European Commission, Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network. MSCA-RISE-2017
2017-2021 – Eurasia Democratic Security Network. Donor: National Endowment for Democracy (NED)
2017-2020 – The Post-Visa Liberalization Discourses on Europeanization in Georgia. Donor: Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
2016-2017 – Raising Awareness on Georgia’s Europeanization in Academia [RAGEA]. Donor: Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Activities.
2017 – Expert/Student Forum: Azerbaijan-Georgia Relations: Political Capital and regional Dynamics. Donor: Friedrich Ebert Foundation
2016-2017 – Interrelation between Higher Education Return and Work Orientations and Job Satisfaction in Georgia. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation
2016 – Oral History: Recording Georgia’s Past and Training Scholars for the Future. Donor: Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation
2016 – The European Integration: Armenian and Georgian Perspectives. Donor: Friedrich Ebert Foundation
2016 – International Conference “European Values and Identity: Multiple Dimensions of Europeanisation”. Donor: Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation
2015-2016 – Assessment of Bologna Process, Case Study: Georgia. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation
2015-2016 – Assessment of Trauma-sensitive Environment at Georgian Schools. Service contract with FELIX.
2015-2016 – Preparing policy papers on: National minorities and access to information; Electoral systems and national minorities; and Social and economic situation in minority regions. Service contract with NIMD
2015 – The Perceptions about Armenia’s and Georgia’s Policy Towards Each Other Among Two States’ Youth. Myths and Reality. In partnership with Political Science Association of Armenia. Donor: Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
2015-2019 – “Around the Caspian: a Doctoral Training for Future Experts in Development and Cooperation with Focus on the Caspian Region”. In partnership with Dublin City University (Coordinator), Forschungstelle Osteuropa, University of St Andrews, University of Gent, Oxford Brookes University, Tallinn University of Technology, Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra, Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Eastern Partnership Advancement Centre, Kimmage Development Studies Centre, Levada Centre, Ainouras Research, Transitions online, Renmin University of China, Jawahral Nehru University, Harvard University, Moscow Higher School of Economics, Marmara University, Hanyang University. Donor: Research Executive Agency of the European Commission, Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network. Grant Agreement number 642709 – CASPIAN – H2020-MSCAITN-2014
2014-2015 – Higher Education programmes’ effectiveness in carrier development: compatibility of Social Science academic programmes outcomes with the labor market requirements. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation
2014-2016 – Performing Europeanisation – Political vis-a-vis Popular Discourses on Europeanisation in Georgia. Donor: Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN)
2014-2016 – Georgian National Identity: Conflict and Integration. Donor: Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN)
2014 – Preparing Management Unified Information System Framework and Supporting Creation of Strategic Development Unit at Tbilisi State University. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation
2014 – International Conference at TSU: Georgia in the Contested World. Donor: Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation
2014-2016 – Dictionary-Guidebook of Social Sciences: Psychology, Gender, Applied Statistics, Public Policy and Administration. Donor: Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation
2014 – Promoting Gender Equality in Employment. In cooperation with 42 Article of Constitution; Donor: USAID grant partnership
2014 – Armenian-Georgian Relations: Challenges and Opportunities for the bilateral cooperation. Donor: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
2013 – Study of Needs and Priorities of Women Residing in Remote Mountainous Settings of Georgia. Donor: UN Women IAGE Programme
2013 – Using School Education for Raising Gender Sensitivity Among Youth. Donor: Westminster Foundation for Democracy
2012-2013 – Assessment of Work and Working Structure of Non-Governmental Women’s Institutions in Georgia. Donor: The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.
2012-2013 – Translation and Publication of Stephen Jones’ book “Georgia: A Political History Since Independence”. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation, Civil Society Support Program.
2012-2014 – The Study of Georgian Youth’s Awareness, Perceptions and Attitudes of Gender Equality. Donor: Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN)
2012-2013 – Translation and Publishing of the Book “The Twentieth-Century World and Beyond: An International History Since 1900,” by William R. Keylor. Donor: U.S. Department of State, Federal Assistance Award. Award Number: S-GE800-12GR-064
2011-2012 – Evidence Based Scientific and Applied Research in Public Policy, Foreign Policy and Security, Education and Gender Equality. Donor: International Charity Foundation Cartu
2010-2012 – Opinion Formation and Dynamics in Georgia: A Look through Blogosphere and Social Networks. Donor: Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN)
2009-2014 – Graduate Programs at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Donor: Open Society Foundations, Higher Education Support Program (OSF HESP). Project Code: E0476
2009-2010 – National Research on Domestic Violence against Women in Georgia. Donor: UNFPA. Project Code: GE1G41A_2008
2009-2010 – Media Monitoring Project – Assessment of Political Pluralism in Electronic Media. Donor: Eurasia Partnership Foundation in Georgia, Caucasus Research Resource Center.
2008-2011 – Gender Studies Program Development. Donors: Open Society Foundation, Higher Education Support Program (OSF HESP); Central European University of Budapest, Department of Special and Extension programs (CEU SEP). Grant Code: 065/200910/1
2009-2010 – Psychological Support to IDP Children and Youth. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation
2008 – Intersectoral and Community-based Measures for the Elimination of the Domestic Violence in Georgia: Joint Efforts on the Implementation of the Anti-violence Legislation. Donor: The UN Trust Fund
2008, June-December – Promoting Gender Studies in Georgia. Donor: UNDP Regional Programme “Gender and Politics in the South Caucasus”. Grant Code: 063/06/2008
2007-2008 – Georgian Media and Citizens Informed Choice. Donor: Eurasia Partnership Foundation in Georgia (Grant Number: G07-0062, G08-0032), Konrad Adenauer Foundation, International Foundation for Election Systems (PO# S-08-026).
2007, January-December – Citizens’ Informed Choice: Media and Elections. Donor: EC Delegation in Georgia and Armenia. Project Code: 129145
2007, May-September – Students Symposium on South Caucasus Regional Security. Donors: Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Heinrich Boll Foundation, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, Educational Center for Youth, Baku, Azerbaijan.
2005-2006 – Developing the professional skills and impact measurement techniques for professionals (psychologists, social workers, and special needs teachers) involved in “Rebuilding lives project”. Donor: Save the Children. Grant Code: 005
2004-2007 – Caucasus Academic Project implemented by Critical Sociology Network. Donor: Open Society Foundation, Higher Education Support Program (HESP OSF). Project Code: E1061
2004-2006 – Creation and Development of CSS Scientific and Educational Library. Donor: Open Society Foundation, Higher Education Support Program (HESP OSF). Project Code: E0679
2004 – Social Research and Policy Recommendations to Georgian Parliament on the Adults with Special Needs in Georgia. Donor: Open Society Georgia Foundation
2003-2009 – Developing Graduate Programs in Social Sciences at Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Donor: Open Society Institute, Higher Education Support Program (OSI HESP). Project Code: E0463