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...

Georgian Quality Prevails in Portugal as Flawless Start Continues

Georgia kept up their 100% start to 2016 with a well-deserved 29-3 success...

Music’s Biggest Night – Winners, Performances, Ratings

Missed this year’s Grammys? Well, so did a lot of people...

Culture from the Kitchen: BGCC Brings Top British Chef to Inspire Young Georgians

The British-Georgian Chamber of Commerce (BGCC), as part of its vision to...

Written on the Wall: Great Ukrainian Painter at Fine Arts Museum

We are not indulged by frequent expositions of well-known foreign...

Silk Scarves Grace Rustaveli

As if anticipating spring, a world-famous collection of silk scarves come...

What the Wind Blew in: Abbotsbury, UK

Was it revenge for my pretending to be a salesman of fine Georgian...

Open Doors and Inclusive Education at the Georgian National Museum

The doors of the Georgian National Museum are open to all...

Non-violent Communication Institute on Bullying: Don’t Hurt, Don’t Label

School bullying is an acute problem throughout the world...

We Can All Be Heroes: SuperCyclingMan Peddling to Inspire

British former primary school teacher Will Hodson has decided...

Fixing the Labor Shortage: Ogden on Education

Prime Minister Kvirikashvili has decided that what Georgia really needs is...