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2011 წელს დაამთავრა ივანე ჯავახიშვილის სახელობის თბილისის სახელმწიფო უნივერსიტეტის სოციალურ და პოლიტიკურ მეცნიერებათა ფაკულტეტი. ძირითადი სპეციალობა (major)-ჟურნალისტიკა, დამატებითი სპეციალობა (minor) - ფსიქოლოგია.

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Lost in Green Space

One can hardly imagine a modern city without a public space where its citizens can escape the stress of urban life by stretching out and relaxing on green lawns. Vake Park and Dighomi Woods in Tbilisi are such places, even though they may not approach the scale of Central Park in New York City, Hyde Park in London, Parc Montsouris or Tuileries Garden in Paris. A segment of Georgian society, however, is fearful that the future of our capital city parks is endangered by encroachment from urban...

Interview with Giorgi Tugushi

On 28 March, Public Defender of Georgia Giorgi Tugushi presented the Parliament with his report “On the Situation of Human Rights and Freedoms in Georgia in 2011.” The 645-page report describes general tendencies in the protection of human rights in Georgia and provides concrete cases of human rights violations. Tabula interviewed the Public Defender about those...

Facade Autonomy

The change in legal status of three higher educational institutions – the Vano Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire, the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgian State University and the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts – has triggered mixed reaction in the society. Rumors of an alleged merger of the three universities have been circulating since a governmental...

Gudiashvili Square Rehabilitation

Gudiashvili Square in recent months has been the scene of a succession of fairs, dancing and singing, and artistic performances. All of this activity has been staged by peaceful protesters who are demanding that the Mayor’s Office present its project for the rehabilitation of Gudiashvili Square and immediately begin the reinforcement of historic buildings there. Fuss about Gudiashvili Square was first kicked up in social networks and continues to date. A group with the name “STOP Destroying...

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