Caucasus Research Resource Centers launch new blog in Georgian language
CRRC Georgia has launched a new blog in Georgian. The aim of the blog is to present the findings of CRRC's research, as well as answer questions about the social research methodology that the society might have. Anyone can visit the blog and receive detailed information about how CRRC’s research is being done. Additional questions and comments are appreciated.CRRC Blog in Georgian
The Caucasus Research Resource Centers program (CRRC) is a network of resource, research and training centers established in 2003 in the capital cities of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia with the goal of strengthening social science research and public policy analysis in the South Caucasus.
A partnership between the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Eurasia Partnership Foundation, USAID and local universities, the CRRC network offers scholars and practitioners stable opportunities for integrated research, training and collaboration in the region.Source: The Caucasus Research Resource Centers