CRRC-Georgia is a non-governmental, non-profit research organization, which collects, analyzes and publishes policy relevant data on social, economic and political trends in Georgia. CRRC-Georgia, together with CRRC-Armenia and CRRC-Azerbaijan, constitutes a network of research centers with the common goal of strengthening social science research and public policy analysis in the South Caucasus. The three centers were established in 2003 by the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) with financial support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. In 2013, CRRC-Georgia and CRRC-Armenia were registered as independent non-commercial legal entities.

CRRC has 10 years of experience providing researchers, the government, donors, NGOs and the private sector with data and analysis of critical trends and expectations in Georgia and across the region. CRRC provides research, analysis and training using tested methodologies, which allow accurate comparisons between sectors, populations and countries.

CRRC's public databases give everyone the opportunity to understand and evaluate the social and political trends in both Georgia and the entire South Caucasus. To analyze these databases easily, please use CRRC-Georgia’s Online Data Analysis tool.

Power of Research in the Fight against Disinformation and Its Impact

On May 14th, 2018, NDI and CRRC-Georgia organized the second international conference on polling and politics "Power of Research in the Fight against Disinformation and Its Impact". This conference gathered policy makers and analysts from Georgia and abroad to share their experiences and methods and discuss best practices and lessons learned.

The one-day event was opened by the President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili. The conference was split into three thematic panels. Each panel was opened by a keynote address, followed by several speakers.

Panel I: Research on the roots, characteristics, and manifestations of disinformation efforts
Panel II: Measuring the impact of disinformation on public trust in democratic institutions
Panel III: Building resilience, how to harness research to explore solutions