On June 30, CPR representatives Levan Kakhishvili and Tamar Bitsadze conducted a workshop in the framework of the Summer School organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences, for 11th grade students from high schools.
The topic of the workshop was inequality and types of violence as a problem of public policy-making. The workshop emphasized the importance of distinguishing different types of discrimination which take place in everyday life within society, to which people do not usually pay attention. However, if one wants to become a future public administrator, they have to be vigilant. During the workshop, with the help of a simulation game, participants differentiated between physical, cultural, and structural types of violence and discussed possible solutions to this problem in the context of public administration. The discussion also touched the challenges public administrators face while trying to come up with or implement solutions to such sensitive problems.