Building a Strong & United Nation: Learning from the Israeli Experience

I was 13 when my family took the fateful decision to make ‘Aliyah’ to Israel back in 1977...

An Egg Today? Or a Hen Tomorrow? Credit Regulations in Georgia

Around two years ago, ISET-PI published a blog article on the problem of over-indebtedness in Georgia...

On Innovation, Coffeehouses & Georgian Supras

By attracting professionals from different walks of life, coffeehouses offer a great space for (sober) intellectual exchanges...

International Community Calls for Support of LGBTQI+ Persons in Georgia

In acknowledgement of the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB), the international community...

Over 100,000 Visitors to Georgia’s Protected Areas So Far This Year

Some 113,251 people have visited Georgia’s protected areas...

Education and Science Center to Be Built in Batumi

An education and science center will be built in Batumi as part of the government’s push to improve education...

Georgian Orthodox Church Marks Family Purity Day Today

Traditional march in central Tbilisi will start at 5 pm...

Tbilisi Hosts 12th Forum of Confederation of European Probation

Tbilisi is hosting the 12th forum of the Confederation of European Probation (CEP)...

Scott Thornbury Conducts Training Session for British Council & European School Teachers

On May 11-12, as a part of its collaboration with the British Council, the European School hosted the biggest...

Wor(l)ds

As an avid bibliovore from early childhood, and a writer to boot, occasionally I find myself...

One Year Since the “Rave Revolution” - Has Anything Changed?

In the early hours of 12 May, 2018, when riot police stormed two clubs in Tbilisi...

Bubbles in the Operating Room – Psycho-Social Service in Children’s Hospitals

A long white corridor crosses the department, intersecting with another...

New Draft Law Envisages Mandatory Registration of Pets

Georgian Parliament has started discussions on a new draft Law on Animal Welfare...