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Georgia and Jordan Share Women’s Economic Empowerment

The Alliances Caucasus Programme (www.alcp.ge) funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC and implemented by Mercy Corps in Georgia, hosted a study tour from the Arab Women’s Enterprise Fund (AWEF). The tour included Jordan Municipality Mayors, WEE coordinators and representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture of Jordan to …

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Filmkunstfest Focuses On Georgia

Georgia has a rich film tradition, and the Gruzia Film Studio, located in the capital of Tbilisi, had considerable influence during the Soviet era. In recent years, Georgian feature films are gaining international recognition in the film festival circuit again. Our selection focuses on contemporary feature films and short films. …

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Georgian Population Increased 

The National Statistics Office of Georgia has released research reporting that the Georgian population increased by 0.1 percent. On January 1, 2018, the population increased by 0.1 percent over the previous year, and totaled 3,729,600 people. In 2017, the positive natural increase (the difference between the number of births and …

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Georgia-Armenia Border Bridge Designing-Building Works Underway

Friendship Bridge will be constructed between the state borderlines of Georgia and Armenia. The designing works are underway. The building company has been already selected and at this stage, a supervisory company selection procedures are underway. The new bridge will be constructed on the territory of Sadakhlo-Bagratasheni checkpoint, at the …

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21th Jazz Festival brings Diverse Musical Spectrum to Tbilisi

Tbilisi Jazz Festival has once again being a roaring success bringing some of the biggest names in jazz. It’s safe to say that festival provided great music in variety of vibes and even locations. Local virtuoso artists – Sandro Bibich Trio opened the festival at Event Hall. Young musicians added …

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NDI: 31% of Respondents Have Never Used Internet

According to the research conducted by National-Democratic Institute (NDI), more than 51% of inquired citizens use Internet every day, while 31% of the respondents have never used it. 2% have never heard about the Internet. 9% of the respondents use the Internet at least once a week, 2% – once …

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My Georgian Reality by TAMOONZ – Daily Inspired Illustrations

”My Georgian Reality” is illustrations series by an artist TAMOONZ about daily situations that people come across. Exhibition was held at Fabrikaffiti on December 1, it’s still ongoing and any interested person can visit. As for artist, she’s considering presenting them in other spaces too. TAMOONZ: I was inspired by reality …

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Tbilisi Art Fair to be Held with the Support of TBC Status

The International Festival of Contemporary Art (TAF) will be held in Tbilisi on May 17-20 organized by Expo Georgia and with the support of TBC status and “Check in Georgia”. The four-day exhibition-sale will unite more than 25 galleries from around the world and up to 35 independent artists. Press …

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Tbilisi and Tallinn Sign Memorandum on Understanding

Kakha Kaladze

The memorandum was signed by Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze and Tallinn Mayor Taavi Aas. The memorandum calls for deepening cooperation and sharing experience in such fields as public transport, environment protection, cultural heritage and digital governance. At the meeting before the signing ceremony, the Mayors discussed tight cooperation perspectives in …

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Kolga Tbilisi Photo Kicks off Next Week – Festival Program

Kolga Tbilisi Photo will be opened on May 4. Within the framework of Kola Tbilisi Photo week, along with Kolga Award exhibition,  Tbilisi will host various international and local exhibitions featuring both historically significant images and photographic works depicting various positions in contemporary photography. For “KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO 2018” visitors …

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