Nia joined the Platform for Peace and Humanity as a volunteer researcher in January 2022. She has contributed to several issues of the Peace and Security Monitor focused on the South East Europe & Black Sea region.
Nia has an academic and professional background in policy and public sector development. She holds a Bachelor of International Law from Tbilisi State University and an Erasmus Mundus Master of Since Degree in Public Sector Innovation and E-governance Governance from KU Leuven, University of Munster, and Tallinn University of Technology, where she graduated with honours and was awarded a merit scholarship.
Nia has experience working for the non-governmental and public sectors in Georgia and Belgium, among them in the Parliament of Georgia, where she worked on approximation of Georgia – EU legislation.
Update on the ICC’s Investigation on the Situation in Georgia: Prosecution Applies for Arrest Warrants, in Peace and Security Monitor: South East Europe and Black Sea Region (April 2022)
Perspectives on the War in Ukraine from the South Caucasus: Situation Report, in Peace and Security Monitor: South East Europe and Black Sea Region (April 2022)
- The Eastern Partnership (EaP) & EU neighborhood policy
- Black Sea Region Security
- Digitalization in the Public Sector
- Evidence based policy making
- South Caucasus
- Black Sea Region