The European project is an outcome of the two world wars that were detrimental for Europe and the world. United in their pledge to prevent future wars, European leaders decided to build a strong union based on solidarity that would pursue the values of freedom, peace, democracy and the rule of law. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine severely undermines these values and principles in Europe and on a global scale. We, the academic community implementing the European Commission-funded MEDIATIZED EU project, call the European Union bodies for action to defend freedom, peace and democracy in Ukraine and in Europe!Continue reading
Within the project entitled “Introduction of the American-Style Graduate School System to Georgia” that was implemented by the Center for Social Sciences with the financial support of the Alumni Grants Program, U.S. Embassy, a series of policy papers were developed. The policy papers are aimed at the university administrations, policy-makers and other interested parties.Continue reading
Authors: Lia Tsuladze, Flora Esebua and Irine Osepashvili
Academic Consultant: Attila Melegh, Corvinus University
The research was supported by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation [Grant number: #FR17_91].
The publication is approved by the CSS editing board.
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Publishing House “Nekeri”, 2021
By Diana Lezhava, Center for Social Sciences
Center for Social Sciences starts a series of blog post on higher education and labour market within the research project ” Challenges to Bologna: High-productive Labour Force and Higher Education in Georgia” funded by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundations [grant № FR 18-13966].Continue reading
Author: Lia Tsuladze
Published by: Radeljić , B. , 2021, The Unwanted Europeanness? Understanding Division and Inclusion in Contemporary Europe, De Gruyter, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110684216
This work was supported by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia
(SRNSFG) under Basic Research State Grant [number FR17_91].