Senior Researcher / Researcher wanted

CRRC-Georgia is looking for a Senior Researcher or a Researcher, depending on the candidate`s experience and qualifications. The Senior Researcher / Researcher is expected to participate in designing, analyzing, and communicating CRRC-Georgia`s research outputs.

Please send your CV, cover letter, and a writing sample to by March 25, 2022. Please highlight in your cover letter research projects you have worked on or your current research-in-progress.

Shortlisted candidates are expected to present completed, ongoing, or planned research projects to the CRRC staff as part of the recruitment process.

The 8th Annual CRRC Conference | Recovery and Realignment: The South Caucasus in a New Decade

Call for proposals: The 8th Annual CRRC Conference "Recovery and Realignment: The South Caucasus in a New Decade"

Dates: June 23-24, 2022

The Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRCs) seek proposals for the 8th Annual CRRC Conference and welcome methodologically driven, substantive contributions from emerging and established academics exploring the following broader topics: Conflicts, displacement, and reconciliation; Politics, power, and democracy; Culture, values, and identity; Economic development, digitalization, energy, and mobility; Urban and environmental issues; Civil society and activism.

Submission of initial proposals (an extended abstract and a CV) – April 14, 2022

Confirmation of final acceptance – May 20, 2022



New study | Georgian public opinion on the war in Ukraine

On March 7-10, 2022, CRRC-Georgia conducted a public opinion survey of the adult population of Georgia.
  • Responsibility for the war in Ukraine
  • Georgia’s response to the war in Ukraine
  • Steps the public wants the government to take in response to the war
  • Domestic politics
To view results of the study on these and other issues, check out the video presentation, or look through the presentation file.

Can Partition End Civil War? Evidence from the Georgia-Abkhazia War

CRRC, ARISC and American Councils are proud to present the 6th talk of the 2021 Fall Series of the Tbilisi Works-in-Progress series: “Can Partition End Civil War? Evidence from the Georgia-Abkhazia War" by Carter Johnson, National Research University HSE, Moscow, and American Councils for International Education.


Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at 18:30 Tbilisi time