Workshop "Negotiations and Peace Process Architecture" On 14-17 April 2016 international Centre for Geopolitical Studies (Georgia) in cooperation with Crisis Management Initiative (Finland) organized workshop for Georgian Government officials "Negotiations and Peace Process Architecture" in "Marco Polo" Gudauri (Georgia).
Workshop for Georgian Governmental Officials: The Complexity of Peace Processes - Learnings from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cyprus cases On October 30 – November 2, 2015 with the partnership of International Centre for geopolitical Studies (Georgia) and Crisis Management Initiative (Finland) Workshop for Georgian Governmental Offitials: The Complexity of Peace Processes - Learnings from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cyprus cases was held in Kachreti, Georgia.
Visit to Romania "Georgia's European and Euro Atlantic Path" On July 22-24 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs organized a documentation visit to Romania by a group of Georgian governmental staff and representatives of NGO's who work in the domain of European and Euro-Atlantic integration. This activity, was part of the Action Plan of the Romanian Embassy in Tbilisi, currently in its second consecutive mandate as NATO Contact Point Embassy.
Discussion: "WORLD ORDER IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY" On 25 th June 2015 with the initiative of International Centre for Geopolitical Studies and "Europe House" discussion: "WORLD ORDER IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY" held at the Europe House Georgia
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"Juvenile’s Rights and Responsibilities"
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