Liberal attitudes and religion. The moderating effects of a communist past: A new article in the International Journal of Sociology by CRRC Georgia's policy analysts

Giorgi Babunashvili, a Senior Policy Analyst at CRRC-Georgia, and Anano Kipiani, a Policy Analyst, have just published a new article in the International Journal of Sociology on liberal attitudes, attitudes towards LGBT people, and religion as relates the communist past.

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Are you a research-minded university graduate who wants to gain an important skill set that is absent in Georgia?  Do you want to work hard and open the door to international opportunities? If so, then this is for you!

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CRRCs mourn the death of Vartan Gregorian, President of Carnegie Corporation of New York

The initial idea for the Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRCs) was conceived by Vartan Gregorian, President of Carnegie Corporation of New York. Vartan Gregorian's vision was to establish a network of institutions to engage and support academic and expert communities at a time of need following the collapse of the Soviet Union... We note our deep appreciation to Vartan Gregorian, who passed away on April 15, 2021, for his vision, generosity, and crucial role in creating the CRRCs.

The 7th Annual CRRC Conference | June 25-26, 2021

CRRC calls for proposals for the 7th Annual CRRC Conference "Taking Stock of Change: The South Caucasus After a Turbulent Year" that will take place on June 25-26, 2021.

The South Caucasus experienced a tumultuous 2020. The global COVID-19 pandemic and renewed hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh have reshaped the region. As the South Caucasus countries struggle to cope with the consequences of the pandemic, questions arise whether institutional responses to challenges are sufficient, and the limits on various freedoms that were introduced to curb the spread of the virus are being manipulated for politics.