Monday | 24 February. 2020
Call for poster presentations at CRRC’s 6th Annual Conference

Place and date: June 26-27, Tbilisi, Georgia

Concept note

Under the auspices of its annual conference, CRRC is sponsoring a poster presentation session for advanced masters and doctoral students. Posters are simple but accessible way of presenting your research to a wider audience. They allow quick yet powerful dissemination opportunities for your research, and get you an immediate feedback from the participants. For our poster presentation session we seek contributions from emerging academics exploring the following broad themes:

  • Conflicts, displacement, and reconciliation,
  • Culture, values, and identity;
  • Economic development, energy, and mobility;
  • Politics, power, and democracy;
  • Urban development and environmental issues;
  • Civil society and activism.

CRRC offices will offer a prize to the most interesting poster presentation. Please refer to these links (first, second, third) for guidance.

How to apply?

Initial proposals, including an abstract and a CV, can be submitted via this form. CRRC offices will notify successful participants via email and ask for the submission of posters. Final notification of acceptance will be issued in mid-May.

Important dates:

Submission of initial proposals (an abstract and a CV) – April 6, 2020

Notification of pre-acceptance – April 13, 2020 Submission of poster presentation– May 4, 2020 Confirmation of final acceptance – May 15, 2020


About CRRC

The Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC) is a network of research and research support centers in the capital cities of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. Established in 2003, CRRC’s goal is to strengthen social science research and public policy analysis in the South Caucasus. Over the past seventeen years, CRRC offices have become a nexus of activity for the social science community in the South Caucasus by providing open access to data, scholarly literature, and professional training for social science researchers. For more information about CRRC and the upcoming conference, please visit the respective country websites at and

About Caucasus Barometer

The Caucasus Barometer is a bi-annual nationwide household survey conducted by CRRC offices in the South Caucasus. Since 2004, CRRC has interviewed around 45,000 residents of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia on socio-economic issues, values, beliefs, and political attitudes. Since 2015, Caucasus Barometer has been administered in Armenia and Georgia only. To find more about the survey and access the dataset, please visit