On February 27, Caucasus University hosted a state management simulation game titled "Manage the State" for prospective students interested in public administration and diplomacy.
On February 22, Caucasus University Jean Monnet Center of Excellence EUPOLTRANS (2022-2025) organized a round table discussion: The European Union and Georgia before the accession negotiations.
Giorgi Tskhadaia's article "Towards a Universalist Theory of Political Commitment: A Post-Structuralist Approach"
The article "Towards a Universalist Theory of Political Commitment: A Post-Structuralist Approach" by Giorgi Tskhadaia, affiliated professor of the School of Governance, was published in the Q1 journal Philosophy & Social Criticism (article available).
Eka Akobia at the International Conference Organized by the Faculty of European Studies, University Babes Bolyai and DYCLAM+ Erasmus Mundus Project
On November 24, Dean of the Caucasus School of Governance, Prof. Eka Akobia participated in the International Conference Organized by the Faculty of European Studies, University Babes Bolyai and DYCLAM+ Erasmus Mundus Project „Revisiting cultural patrimony narratives in the EU’s candidate states amid Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine“.
Oxford University Professor's Seminar ,,Ukraine at the frontline of Russia’s challenge to international order''
On November 1, the Caucasus School of Governance hosted Professor Roy Allison, the Director of Russia and East European Studies at the Oxford School of Global and Regional Studies. During the meeting, Professor Allison familiarized himself with the school activities, its programs, and the ongoing research activities.
On October 4, Caucasus University hosted representatives from the Paris School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (L'EHESS-Paris).
The World Diplomacy and Politics Summit 2023 was held in Dubai, with representatives of 70 countries taking part. The only delegate of Georgia was Nodar Bokeria, a student of the Caucasus School of Governance.
Dean of the School of Public Administration in the final conference of the EU project "Support to Public Governance Reform in Georgia"
On September 29, the Dean of the School of Public Administration and President of NISPAcee, Eka Akobia, participated in the final conference of the EU project "Support to Public Governance Reform in Georgia" organized by the EU Delegation and Government Administration in Georgia.
On September 18-19, the Dean of the Caucasus School of Governance, Prof. Eka Akobia participated in the international conference: National Minorities, Migration and Security (Brijuni, Croatia), organized by the Political Science Department of the University of Zagreb.
On September 5th, Dean of the Caucasus School of Governance and President of NISPAcee, Eka Akobia, at the invitation of the "European Group of Public Administration" (EGPA) Secretariat, participated as a guest in the meeting of the EGPA Steering Committee. The SC meeting was held in Zagreb, Croatia, on the sidelines of the EGPA Annual Conference.