INFORMATION CENTER
ON NATO AND EU
Rules on correct use of the Logo of the Information Center on NATO and EU

The logo is in the form of silver heraldic shield, surrounded by azure (blue) frame. On the first part of the shield, on a silver field, a large red heraldic cross in the central portion with four smaller red heraldic crosses are situated (stylized state flag of Georgia); On the second part, on a lesser silver framed azure field, a silver compass rose emblem is presented (NATO stylized flag); and the third part, on a lesser silver framed azure field, depicts twelve five-point gold stars, forming a circle (the European stylized flag). The shield is surrounded by azure belt, presenting inscriptions in Georgian and English languages: საინფორმაციო ცენტრი ნატოსა და ევროკავშირის შესახებ; Information center on NATO and EU. The inscriptions are outlined with two silver rings.

 

Basic rules on correct use of logo: 

  1. It is not allowed to use parts of the logo;
  2. It is not allowed to change the color or the form of the logo;
  3. It is not allowed to insert any graphic or text in the logo;
  4. It is not allowed to change the position to any direction or to use mirror-image of the logo;
  5. The minimum height of the logo shall be 1 cm (37.7 pixel);
  6. In case of working in two colors, the following image can be used. View image.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nino Bolkvadze

Nino Bolkvadze holds a Bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and a Master's Degree in American Studies from the same University. She is a graduate from the Maastricht University (the Netherlands) and holds her Master's degree in the European Public Affairs.


In 2004-2009 Nino Bolkvadze has led the Conflict Prevention and Integration Programs of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities in Georgia and, later, has worked at the OSCE Vienna headquarters in the area of program evaluation and audit. Further on, in 2012-2015, she has led UN Association of Georgia and USAID joint project, which helped to build the capacity of the Georgian Ombudsman’s Office.


In 2015- 2017 Nino Bolkvadze has worked as a policy officer at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Georgia and Armenia and has been managing the Human Rights and Rule of Law programs.


She has undergone professional and qualification courses at various times at the University of Graz in Austria, Istanbul Bilgi University and at the Council of Europe’s Secretariat of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities in Strasbourg. Nino Bolkvadze is an Open Society Institute Fellow. She speaks Georgian, English and Russian languages.

Who we are?

Information Center on NATO and EU is a Legal Entity under Public Law, operating under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia since 2017. The center was established on September 19, 2005 according to the Presidential Decree N752 and has been ensuring public accessibility to the easily comprehensible information on NATO and EU, ongoing positive processes and emerging opportunities of European integration, for 13 years already. The Center carries out its activities in accordance with the Constitution of Georgia, international treaties and agreements, Law of Georgia on Legal Entities under Public Law, the Statute of the respective Center and other legislative acts.     

 

For effectively meeting our goals, we actively cooperate with other Governmental bodies, civil society organizations, diplomatic corps and media.

 

LEPL “Information Center on NATO and EU” Statute

Irina Shamiladze

Irina Shamiladze holds a Bachelor’s degree from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, the Faculty of Humanitarian Sciences, specializing in Spanish Language and Literature. She earned her Master’s degree in Public Administration and Political Science from Grigol Robakidze University.

In 2006 Irina Shamiladze started working as an assistant to the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development. In 2004-2014, she has worked as a Chief Specialist at the Information Center on NATO and EU. Since 2014, Irina Shamiladze has been appointed as a Head of the Public Information Division on NATO at the same center. She has undergone various seminars and training courses on International Relations, National Security, Strategic Communications, Management, Public Diplomacy and PR issues; passed a NATO-accredited 1-month course in Program and Project Management in Romania; participated in various projects funded by the EU and NATO. In addition, Irina Shamiladze has actively been involved in various trainings and educational programs organized by NATO Professional Development Program (PDP). She has worked as a National Coordinator of the international project "Aliante". Irina Shamiladze speaks Georgian, English, Spanish and Russian languages.

Ketevan Kupradze

Ketevan Kupradze has earned her Bachelor's degree in Business Communications and Public Relations from the Brussels International Institute of Management.

In 2011 Ketevan Kupradze joined the Information Center on NATO and EU as a Chief Specialist of the Public Information Division on NATO. She has undergone various seminars and training courses in Public Relations, Marketing and Management; has participated in various projects funded by the EU; has actively been involved in NATO's Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communications program, organized by NATO Professional Development Program (PDP) and so forth. Ketevan Kupradze speaks Georgian, English, and Russian languages.

Mariam Dolidze

Mariam Dolidze holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Studies from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences and a Master's Degree in International Relations from Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA). She is a graduate of Tbilisi School of Political Studies and Humboldt State University, Summer Graduate Course.

At various times, Mariam Dolidze has worked as an assistant to the Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs, an editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Kviris Palitra" online version, news anchor of the Sociological Survey Block at Palitra TV and Radio Palitra, etc. Since 2014, Mariam Dolidze has been appointed as a Head of the Public Information Division on EU. She has undergone Higher Course of National Defence under the Ministry of Defence of Georgia; has participated in the EU-supported trainings; was a participant of the Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian Youth Leaders Dialogue; has attended symposiums and conferences held in Hungary, Turkey and Greece at various times. Mariam Dolidze speaks Georgian, English, and Russian languages.

Irina Barnabishvili

Irina Barnabishvili holds a Bachelor's degree in History of Diplomacy and International Relations, as well as Legal Studies from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Later on, she earned her Master's degree in State Management and Local Self-governance from Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA). She has undergone a Qualification Program at GIPA, as well as Professional Development Program in Business Administration at Free University of Georgia.

Since 2008 Irina Barnabishvili has been working as a Chief Specialist at the Information Center on NATO and EU and since 2014 has been appointed as of Head of Regional Representatives Coordination Division at the same center. She has participated in various projects, seminars and youth forums on NATO and EU, a seminar organized by the Border Police of Georgia on Border Issues, etc. Irina Barnabishvili speaks Georgian, English and Russian languages.

Mariam Gigauri

Mariam Gigauri holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences and MA degree in Diplomacy and International Policy.

At various times, Mariam Gigauri has worked at Gori City Hall Development Agency and at a Projects’ Department of Women’s Democracy Network, an International non-governmental organization’s office in Georgia; has undergone internship and practice training at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, etc. Since 2015, Mariam Gigauri has been appointed as a Senior Specialist at the Information Center on NATO and EU. She has participated in various seminars, trainings and courses on Georgia's integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures, strategic communication and research methodts topics; was involved in various student scientific conferences and so forth.

Mariam Gigauri speaks Georgian, English and Russian languages.


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