Caucasus University School of Governance (CSG) participated in the EU funded project EDUPART

13 June 2023



Caucasus School of Governance (CSG) participated in the EU funded project EDUPART by providing three distance learning training courses in Public Policy and Administration via DSL Moodle (March-June 2023):


  1. Public Governance, Nino Dolidze
  2. Europeanization of Central and Eastern Europe, Prof. Sergi Kapanadze
  3. Public Organizations Management, Prof. Tinatin Kuprashvili


As part of EDUPART, participants also visited Tbilisi, Georgia for a four-day intensive session on “Georgia’s Public Administration and Governance: Reforms and Outcomes” hosted by the Caucasus University Projects’ Management department and Caucasus School of Governance.


Project participants were greeted by Vice-President for Internationalization, Ms. Irena Melua, Dean of the Caucasus School of Governance and the President of NISPACee, Ms. Eka Akobia and distance learning course instructors. Caucasus School of Governance awarded project participants with certificates of completion of the high-level online training courses in PA.


As part of the local sessions EDUPART participants heard following topics about Georgia’s PA reforms from leading local experts and practitioners:


  • Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) for Effective PA: Georgia’s Experience
  • Management of Public Finances and State Budgeting: Transparency and Efficiency
  • Electronic Governance: Providing digital services to citizens
  • Public Administration Reform (PAR) in Georgia
  • Policy Planning in Georgian Public Sector
  • Simulation exercise in Governance
  • Policy Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation in Georgia


Participants also interacted with local CSO’s on the following topics:


  • IDFI activities: improving public administration in Georgia
  • Electoral processes in Georgia: Best practices and challenges in the conduct of elections and election monitoring
  • CSO involvement in shaping human rights policy and practice
  • Georgia’s European path: main challenges


Sessions provided skills development and knowledge in the sphere of Public Policy and Public Administration and were highly interactive and engaging for the project participants.