From April 24 to June 14, an experimental scientific-practical tele-symposium - New Challenges: Consolidation for Security and Peace is held with the initiative of Caucasus International University Laboratory of Geopolitical Modeling and with the support of CIU Scientific Research Department, Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia Ph.D. students’ support program and the international movement Scientists for Peace.
Georgian Channel and the studio Salte’s program “Science and Innovations” provide informational support to the tele-symposium. Video recordings can be viewed at www.salte.ge, as well as on the Facebook page - Salte.
The proceedings of the experimental scientific-practical tele-symposium will be uploaded on CIU scientific portal research.ciu.edu.ge.
Scientists from Georgia, Poland, the United States, Moldova, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, France, Ukraine, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan are participating in the project.
The public will be able to get acquainted with the scientific analysis of politics, economics, security, and other topical issues, as well as express their opinions during the forum.
Some of the materials will be published in the scientific journal of Caucasus International University Politologos.
The tele- symposium is a kind of tele- science and a new product for Georgia. This is an innovation, not only in terms of science management but also seen as an initiative to promote the international peace process.
The project is supported by the following organizations: Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly; information-analytical portal for.ge; Academy for Professional Happiness; Zaporizhzhia National University; Caucasus Regional Security Institute; International Center for Scientific Diplomacy; International Center for Parliamentary Diplomacy; International Movement “Science for Peace”; Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia; Tbilisi Institute for International Relations; The Greens Movement of Georgia / Friends of the Earth; V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University; Research Center for Terrorism and Political Violence; Institute for Political Studies; Journal Politologos.