On October 25-26, the Caucasus University was visited by assistant-professor of Radboud University, Matis Van Leuven, lecturer, Margaret Gusse, and representatives of its administration – Maarten Krass, officer of education and research and Maya Kiknadze, the head of the Students’ Admission Department.
The Caucasus School of Governance nominated a senior student of Master’s Degree Program in Governance, Teona Mchedlishvili for Dimitri (Arzakan) Emukhvari scholarship announced by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia. At the decision of the government of Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia the nominee was awarded the scholarship.
On October 6, 2017 Tbilisi International Peace Conference (TIPC) was held at Hotel Rooms Tbilisi. The aim of the conference was to facilitate the development of peace and conflict scientific discipline in Georgia and facilitate integration of Georgian scientists in the global epistemic community of peace and conflict researchers.
A round table meeting with the Chairperson of the Committee on European Integration, Parliament of Georgia
On June 10, Caucasus School of Governance organized a roundtable discussion with the Chairperson of the Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Georgia MP., Mrs. Tamar Khulordava on the topic of Georgia’s integration with the European Union.
On May 22, 2017 Caucasus School of Governance hosted the VIII Scientific Students’ Conference on the topics related to the discipline of International Relations and Public Administration.
On May 17, 2017 Caucasus University Peace Studies Institute hosted screening of a documentary by Latvian Producer Edvins Snore – The Soviet Story (2008) for the Caucasus School of Governance students.
On April 28, 2017 the Peace Studies Institute hosted Dr. Walt Kilroy’s (Associate Director of Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction, School of Law and Government of the Dublin City University) public lecture – "Attempting the impossible? Protection of civilians by UN peacekeepers".
Caucasus School of Governance (CSG) hosted professors and administrative staff from Dublin City University, Trinity College and Innsbruck University
On April 25-28, 2017 representatives of partner universities of the project – Creation of the Graduate Curricula in Peace Studies in Georgia (PESTUGE) a visited Georgia for working visit.
On March 18, Caucasus University School of Governance played host to training - The Art of Negotiations - designed for applicants interested in international relations, political science and public administration.
On December 10, Peace Research Institute of Caucasus School og Governance within the framework of extracurricular educational activities hosted a presentation of documentary film - Before The Flood, 2016.