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I've graduated from Georgian Technical University, Bachelor of Public Administration (2003) and Master of Public Administration of International Politics (2006). In September I am starting 1 year non-degree course in the USA, in the field of Applied Conflict Management. During my academic and professional career, I have participated in many international seminars, trainings concerning with conflicts. My diploma paper in 2006 was devoted to Georgian-Abkhazian conflict and alternative ways of its resolution. Master thesis dealt with US-Japan interest conflict in the Pacific in the I half of the XX century. Shortly, my background, as well as future plans are related to Conflict Resolution,
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Institute for Peace and Harmonious Development, director
How many years professional experience do you have ?
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Advocacy, Monitoring, Program Implemenation, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Cultural Genocide issues, which took place in the Caucasus by active participation of Russia.
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Here are my publications:
“Formation of the new aducational system – one of the mail factors in the building of the new state: what should it rely on?” – Tbilisi, 2002, collection of the young Public Administrators’ works
National Interests and Regional Politics (US – Japan interest conflict in the pacific in the II half of the XX century), Tbilisi, 2006, Selected works of the conference on American Studies
Conferences and Awards:
2009 International Conference "Authority and Society", Georgia - Issues of Russian Cultural Genocide Policy on the territory of Abkhazia
2006 Conference on issues of American Studies – “National Interests and Regional Politics (US – Japan interest conflict in the pacific in the II half of the XX century)”
2003 Students’ scientific-creative conference in the technical university of Georgia – certificate for the winning the prize on the nomination “New approach to the leadership problem” – “For the Phenomena of Georgian Political Leader”
Civic Education project Caucasus student conference (certificate) – “Women’s role in the conflict solving process in Georgia”
Conference on the issues of American studies – “Jack London’s America”
Conference of the open society-Georgia “Teamworking traditions in Georgia”
2002 Diploma in the general-scientific conference in the technical university of Georgia for the taking the prize place -
”Political lessons of the past history – Grigol Khandztreli”
2000 Students’ 70th scientific-creative conference of the technical university of Georgia – Section of Political Science (certificate) – “Nation and Person”
Students’ 70th scientific-creative conference of the technical university of Georgia – Section of Economy (diploma for the taking the 3rd place) – “Unemployment reasons in Georgia”
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