Double Pay for Nothing?

The ruling Georgian Dream coalition’s recent plan to gradually ramp up education spending...

Education for the 21st Century: Broad, Deep or Flexible?

My lecture on the future of education in the 21st century was intended...

CA Balance & Capital Investments to Outweigh Pessimism/Lack of Credit?

ISET-PI has updated its forecast of Georgia’s real GDP growth rate for the first and second quarters of 2019...

A Song About Seven Foka Sisters

When Saint Nino, one of Georgia’s most venerated saints, traveled to Mtskheta back in the fourth century...

UK Bridge International Education Fair to Be Held on March 2

The UK Bridge education agency was established in 2008 by Nutsa Kuridze and Anka Vetsko. The company has for 10 years been helping those who...

Comprehensive Support For 12 Protected Areas in Georgia

Georgia receives assistance to conserve and protect its unique biodiversity through a five year initiative...

Party for a Cause: Raising Funds for Children’s Wheelchairs at Betsy’s

Business and Finance Consulting (BFC) is to host a party on March 9 at Betsy's Hotel...

Clay on Display: Etseri, Svaneti

Every step of our local children’s education in using clay has been a reminder to me of the same processes...

Young American-Georgian Raising Funds for Kakheti Disabled Home

Giorgi Vancko has an American father and Georgian mother...

New ENPARD Development Project Launched in Akhmeta Municipality

On Friday of last week, EU Ambassador to Georgia Carl Hartzell visited...

Tbilisi Pride: “We’re Going to Stay Strong & United”

The first ever pride will take place in Georgia this June. The multi-day event is an important...

Niko Ketskhoveli School Award

On March 2, Saturday, regional winners and the finalists of the largest environmental school competition “Niko Ketskhoveli School Award 2019” will be...

Survey: Around 1.4 mln Georgians Left in 2002-2017

In 2010-2017, the share of 65 years and older people in the population was growing ...

277 Jobs Offered to Presidential Admin's Dismissed Employees

Before the changes, 140 people were employed at the administration...