Nana Chabukiani

Nana Chabukiani

Nana Chabukiani is a social researcher. She graduated from the Central European University with a MA  degree in sociology and social anthropology. She also has BA degree I sociology and MS in research methods in social sciences. She has eight years of academic and applied research. Her interest includes gender, religion and minority issues. In 2017 she became a founder and researcher at organization We Research.

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Education: MA in Sociology and Social Anthropology

Position: Social Researcher

Research Interests: Gender Equality, Domestic Violence.

Languages: Georgian, English, Russian

City: Tbilisi

Email:  nana@weresearch.ge

Biography: 

Nana Chabukiani is a social researcher. She graduated from the Central European University with MA degree in sociology and social anthropology. She also has BA degree I sociology and MS in research methods in social sciences. She has eight years of academic and applied research. Her interest includes gender, religion and minority issues. In 2017 she became a founder and researcher at organization We Research.

Publications:

‘Ancestor Worship and Disrupted Continuity among Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Georgia.’ Published in 2013 in The Unfamiliar vol.3 #2; available here:

 

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