Irakli Iremadze – executive director of Caucasian House since July 2022; Tbilisi State University doctoral candidate (History). He obtained a master's degree in political science at the same university; is a guest lecturer of the Caucasus University; Author and speaker of the Mobile People's University of the United Nations Association of Georgia. In 2015-2019, he headed Research Center of the Democratic Republic of Georgia of Tbilisi State University Library. He worked as a training program coordinator at Ilia State University. He has been cooperating with various non-governmental organizations operating in Georgia for years. He consulted public institutions, local and international organizations about the recent history of Georgia. He is the author of scientific and scientific-popular collections, books and articles published in Georgian, English, German and French.
Ivane Abramashvili is the head of the Peace and Integration Programme of Caucasian House. In 2018-2022, he was the executive director of the organization. His professional focus is researching the past and present of the Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-South Ossetian conflicts. He is the author of several analytical publications related to peace and conflicts in the South Caucasus. He holds a MA degree in Diplomacy and International Politics from Tbilisi State University. In addition, he studied at the University of Tartu (Estonia) and the University of California, Irvine (USA) at different times.
Mikheil Beroshvili — member of the board of the "Centre of Cultural Relations - Caucasian House" and one of the founders, consultant of the "Caucasian House People's University" project since 2008. 2020-2023 Editor-in-Chief of the student almanac Viral Diaries/Our World.
He was the head of the literary translation editorial board department, 1987-1990. Member of the Green Movement of Georgia, participant of ecological conferences, organizer and participant of Caucasian peace talks. Coordinator of various cultural and educational projects, head of a video studio (2008-2010) at "Caucasian House".
1975-76 He studied at the University of Jena, where he defended his diploma on the topic: "Lyrics of Franz Fiumani". His areas of interest are: German literature, Georgian-Caucasian relations, Caucasian history, ecology.
He has translated poems, stories, letters of various authors from German, Abkhazian, Russian and Bulgarian languages. He is the author of documentary films on the history and modernity of various peoples of the Caucasus.
Tamar Ujukhu — coordinator of the "People's University of the Caucasian House", employee of the Institute of Caucasian Studies of Tbilisi State University.
She was the head of the North Caucasus literature sector of the main editorial board of artistic translation and literary relations in 1989-1991; member of the Caucasian ecological movement. Since 1993, she has been the head of the Caucasian department of the Georgian Cultural Relations Center "Caucasian House". Since 1999, she has been a guest teacher at the Caucasian Institute of TSU, a teacher of the Adyghe language. She led the course "Conversations about the Caucasus" in the Weekend School of the "Caucasian House" in 2003-2020. Author of the Adyghe (Circassian language) textbook (2012) (the book was also published in Russian in 2021); 1996-2010 Head of the editorial board and coordinator of the publishing group of the series "Folklore of the Peoples of the Caucasus" published in "Caucasian House".
Tamar Ujukhu coordinated various projects in "Caucasian House" for years. Co-author of documentary films: "Pankisi Women", "Ibeis Dariko", "Children of War", "Prayer for Peace in the Caucasus", "We, Dagestanis". For many years, she has relations with non-governmental organizations throughout the Caucasus. She is a participant of many seminars, "round tables" and conferences (Tbilisi, Nalchik, Rostov-on-Don, Baku...).
Thea Galdava is a member of the board of the "Centre of Cultural Relations - Caucasian House", researcher of the Caucasus in the field of culture of ethnic minorities of Georgia.
She has been working at "Caucasian House" since 2001. She is a participant and head of a number of international cultural-educational projects, including the director of the Caucasian culture network CAUCULT (2012-2015) in Georgia, financed within the EU culture program.
Tea is a doctoral candidate in cultural studies at the Faculty of Humanities of Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.
Ana Dvali is the coordinator of the "Youth Dialogue for Civic Action" project, which is implemented together with the international organization International Alert with the support of USAID. She joined the "Caucasian House" team in 2013. During her work at "Caucasian House" she was involved in various youth, educational and peacebuilding projects. Her areas of professional interest are: conflicts in Georgia, peace and security issues, Georgian-Russian relations and others. She was involved in numerous Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian civil dialogue formats. Ana holds a MA degree in International Relations from Ilia State University.
Mariam Gachechiladze leads various projects aimed at building peace and restoring trust between the divided societies. At different times, she has been a participant in a number of social movements, civil initiatives and campaigns aimed at social justice. Her research interests are: rethinking historical memory and promoting peace education among youth, the organizing role of the state in economy and development, social and economic policies and their challenges in modern times. Mariam graduated from the Faculty of International Relations of the School of Law, Social Sciences and Diplomacy of the Georgian-American University. She also holds a MA degree in Labour Relations and European integration.
Nato Gelashvili - office manager of "Caucasian House". Member of "Caucasian House" since 2001, financial and administrative manager of regional programs of the organization since 2005, involved in publishing activities.
Leila Sikharulidze - editor of "Caucasian House" publishing house.
She graduated from St. Tbilisi 19th Women's High School School and Iv. Javakhishvili house Faculty of Philology of Tbilisi State University.
She worked in the publishing house of the Georgian Theater Society "Art"; "Literature and Art" Publishing House of "Soviet Writer", "Zaria Vostoka" and "Khelone" publishing houses; In the Georgian Soviet encyclopedia, she first worked as a senior editor, as a scientific editor in the scientific editorship of economics and law, and then in the scientific editorship of biology; Publishing house of the Georgian Academy of Sciences as a senior editor in "Science";
With the patriarch's blessing, she worked on the following books in the Samtruto nunnery: "Samtruto", "Monk's Diadem", a collection of poems "Iverta Mzezo, Kartvelit tsehoro", "Gzai Aghartai". "Shiomghvime" is being prepared for publication.
Leila Sikharulidze also worked on the 5-volume book of the patriarch published by the archives of the Patriarchate of All Georgia (the 6th volume is being prepared for publication).
Compiled the 25-year (1971-1995) bibliography of the "Messenger" magazine of the Georgian Academy of Sciences.
Awarded with the Ivane Javakhishvili medal.
Nikoloz Gelashvili has been an employee of the publishing house "Centre of Cultural Relations - Caucasian House" since 2003. He received his higher education at the Technical University of Georgia at the Faculty of Communication.
Since 2020, he has been working as a coordinator of cultural projects of the Center for Cultural Relations - Caucasian House, organizing various cultural events with representatives of ethnic and religious minorities in order to preserve and present their cultural characteristics.
She is studying at Tbilisi State University, in the master's program of literary studies. She graduated from the bachelor program of classical philology.
Ana Burduli - assistant financial manager of "Cultural Relations Center - Caucasian House" since 2020. A graduate of the Faculty of Business, Technology and Education of Ilia State University (2013-2017), a graduate of the Professional Accountants and Auditors Federation of Georgia (BAF), a graduate of the full certification program of a certified accountant (2019).
Ana Abuashvili joined the Caucasian House team in 2011. She has been working as a financial manager since 2013. She has many years of experience working in the non-governmental and commercial sector, as well as in an auditing company. At different times, she worked in the positions of financial manager, financial officer and accountant.
In 2008, she graduated from the Technical University of Georgia, Faculty of Informatics and Management Systems. Has a bachelor's degree. In 2010-2016, she studied at the Federation of Professional Accountants and Auditors of Georgia, ACCA (F1-P2) program.
Gia Alavidze - operator and editor of "Caucasian House" project "Internet Diary" since 2012. In 2012-2020, he worked as a weekend school teacher (subject — cinema class).
Since 2000, he has been working in "Re" studio as a cameraman - participating in the preparation of television programs and as a director - participating in the preparation of documentaries and social commercials.
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