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ISET Policy Institute director, Tamar Sulukhia spoke at the Tbilisi climate change and gender conference: addressing gender gaps in climate change in Georgia
05 December 2022

On December 5, Tamar Sulukhia, Director of ISET Policy Institute participated in the wrap-up panel and spoke on empowering women as change agents – existing capacities, potentials, and needs. She particularly stressed the importance of data, research, and policy advocacy.

An overview of the Georgian wine sector
01 December 2022

The Georgian winemaking tradition is 8000 years old, making Georgia the world’s first known location of grape winemaking. There are many traditions associated with Georgian winemaking. One of them is ‘Rtveli’ – the grape harvest that usually starts in September and continues throughout the autumn season, accompanied by feasts and celebrations.

Davit Keshelava of ISET Policy Institute speaks at the Georgian-Austrian business forum
21 November 2022

On 21 November, Davit Keshelava, deputy practice lead of ISET Policy Institute’s Macroeconomic Policy Research Center (MPRC), took part in a Georgian-Austrian Business Forum that was organized by Advantage Austria Tbilisi (while acting as part of the Trade Mission in Georgia and Azerbaijan).

Creative economy in Georgia - baseline study of key indicators, characteristics and needs
14 November 2022

The document (Creative Economy in Georgia: Baseline Study of Key Indicators, Characteristics, and Needs) is part of “Creative Twist - Boosting the Cultural and Creative Industries in Georgia,” a project implemented by LEPL Creative Georgia with the financial support of the IFCD.

ISET Policy Institute team presents its research on creative industries in Georgia
02 November 2022

During a meeting held at Rooms Hotel Tbilisi on 2 November, Mariam Katsadze and Giorgi Papava from a research team at ISET Policy Institute presented the results from the latest assessment of the economic dimensions within local creative industries.

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