Koka Kapanadze

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Journalist at the English News section of Tabula

Koka has graduated from the faculty of Humanities at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University with the bachelor degree in Cultural Studies.

Since the age of 16 he has been actively participating in different projects, but especially in debate tournaments. After successfully winning or becoming the top speaker of different tournaments Koka is now the chief adjudicator at Georgia's Future Academy. In 2012 he went to Wake Forest University for a month as part of the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship (BFTF) exchange program and is now the board member of the US Government Program Alumni Assocation (EPAG). Koka has also been to Slovakia as an exchange student at the faculty of European Studies at Comenius University.

In 2013-2015 years Koka was the President of Non-Governmental Organization "European Youth Parliament - Georgia". During his presidency, Koka managed to fundraise up to 200 000 Euros from different donors. He has attended more than 30 sessions in more than 15 different countries of Europe discussing the modern challenges of the continent.

Koka is fluent in English, French and Russian.

Blog Posts

Soft Eject, Archive, Anathema - Tbilisi Open Air 2017 Concludes

The annual music festival Tbilisi Open Air 2017 officially opened at Lisi Wonderland on June 16, and it has been warming the hearts of festival-goers for three days. Every year Tbilisi Open Air is the festival that majority of young people are waiting for because of the high quality music and great atmosphere. This year was definitely not an exception.The main headliners this year were British rock band Anathema, Russian band Leningrad, known for their uncensored lyrics, and British Trip Hop...

5 Bookstores in Tbilisi for International Bookworms

As an international bookworm, living abroad might be hard in some places. Many expats have the need to find the right book either for research or for their personal pleasure. If you’re an expat living in Georgia and you’re searching for books in English or other foreign languages, then this is the list for you. Fortunately, several bookstores in Tbilisi offer a diverse range of books in English.Check out these 5 places:1. Prospero's Books & Caliban's Coffeehouse (34,...

What You Need to Know about Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

Georgia’s 2016 parliamentary election is scheduled to take place on October 8th and will decide how many parties will enter the Parliament of Georgia and with how many seats. The 2012 Parliamentary Elections saw a peaceful transfer of power from the United National Movement (UNM) to the Georgian Dream. The Georgian Dream won 57% of the seats at the last election. In the run up to this year’s vote both of the leading parties, the Georgian Dream and the UNM, have sought to offer...

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