Invitation to Public Discussion

Invitation to Public Discussion


Registration is required to attend the event: register here

Dear Colleagues, 

Georgian Institute of Politics, in cooperation with the International Visegrad Fund and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, is pleased to invite you to the Virtual  Public Discussion- "Analysing Polarization in Georgia and V4 States: Domestic and External Factors," which will take place on September 29, at 13:00 GMT+4 (Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani times) on Zoom Webinar Platform.

The aim of the public discussion is to respond to the following questions:

  • What are the key domestic and external stimulators of media polarization in Georgia and V4 states?
  • How does media polarization in Georgia and V4 states influence the political processes?
  • What could be the role of the media in reducing societal and political polarization based on best international practices?

The virtual discussion is held under the framework of the project “Supporting Decrease of Media Polarization in Georgia and V4 States.” The action aims to mitigate deepening media polarization in support of voters’ informed decision-making in Georgia and V4 states.

Working language: English 
To attend the event, please register here

Please also note that the invitation is transferable to your designated representative from your organization.

Attached, please find the program of the event.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the Virtual Public Discussion.

Best regards, 
Georgian Institute of Politics

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