On May 24, in the framework of OGP Gov Week 2022 the Caucasus University hosted the public lecture on - “Main Directions and Principles of Open Governance Partnership”.
23 მაისს, კავკასიის სახელმწიფო მართვის სკოლის XIII სტუდენტური სამეცნიერო კონფერენცია გაიმართა.
On May 9, CU hosted Robert Evans, a former MEP from the United Kingdom, as part of his "EU Institutions and Policies" course, at the invitation of Sergi Kapanadze, a lecturer at Caucasus School of Governance and professor at Jean Monnet.
Francisco Aguado Sanchez, Head of Sector, European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) addressed around 300 participants of the kick-off meeting online.
On February 15, Caucasus School of Governance held a thesis defense for students of Master’s degree programs in Diplomacy and International Relations and Public Administration. Students presented their MA theses in front of the defense Commission.
Caucasus School of Governance Associate Professor Giorgi Tskhadaia’s article – “From Habermas to Derrida: A Weak Form of Secular Universalism”
Caucasus School of Governance Associate Professor Giorgi Tskhadaia’s article – “From Habermas to Derrida: A Weak Form of Secular Universalism” was published in an academic journal Problemos (Scimago rank - Q2).
Caucasus University was selected for the Erasmus+ Call – Jean Monnet Centers of Excellence (CoE).
Eka Akobia, Dean of Caucasus School of Governance, has been re-elected as a member of the Nispacee Organizing Committee for a second term
Representatives of Nispacee's member universities held a business meeting in Ljubljana in parallel with the 29th Annual Conference of the Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (Nispacee).
Caucasus University President Kakha Shengelia and CSG Dean Eka Akobia at the 29th Nispacee Annual Conference
On October 21, the 29th Annual Conference of the Central and Eastern European Network of Institutions and Schools of Public Administration (Nispacee) "Citizens' Engagement and Empowerment - The Era of Collaborative Innovation in Governance" was hosted in Ljubljana (Slovenia).
Eka Akobia’s, Associate Professor at Caucasus School of Governance, publication:Public Administration in Conflict Countries: The Case of Georgia was published. The publication is included in the book "Public Administration in Conflict Affected Countries", ed. Jurai Nemets and p. S. Reddy. Palgrave Macmillan.