Georgian International University GIU took part in the esteemed International conference in Turkey - GIU
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Tamar Taralashvili, who currently holds the position of Coordinator at the Research Institute of Belt and Road at Georgian International University GIU, took part in the esteemed International conference titled “Muslims of Central Eurasia in the 21st Century: Challenges, Opportunities, and Prospects.” This significant academic gathering took part from the 13th to the 19th of October in the vibrant city of Istanbul, Turkey.

The forum was organized through a collaborative effort between the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) and the Institute of Knowledge Integration (IKI).

Tamar Taralashvili is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in European studies at The Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany. She engages actively in various research projects, workshops, and international conferences, demonstrating her strong commitment to academic and intellectual involvement. The Institute of Knowledge Integration (IKI) has awarded Tamar a research grant for her upcoming yearlong research project. This project will center on the exploration of the educational and employment pathways of Muslim youth in Georgia, with a particular emphasis on their needs and challenges.