Avtandil Svianadze

Avtandil Svianadze

  • Country of origin: Georgia
  • Current residence: France, Nancy

Avtandil Svianadze is a graduate student from Georgia involved in building a better future for Europe and contributing to sustainability. Avtandil has completed several research projects on sustainable development in Europe and neighbouring countries. He is studying EU sustainable development policy and working on applying it to the ENP-East region to improve energy security through research and innovation. He obtained valuable knowledge and hands-on experience while studying in Poland as an Erasmus+ exchange student at the Rzeszów University of Technology and being a part of the Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD Democracy School). He is also studying the digital government micro-degree programme at the Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia and smart energy systems at the University of Lorraine in France. Moreover, Avtandil has studied at seven universities in Poland and gained valuable insight into different important topics. Participation in projects at the local, national, and international levels and being a vice president of student self-government at his alma mater have helped him gain experience and use it to volunteer in various non-governmental organisations, legal events, and initiatives. His work experience at international organisations and Georgia’s state agencies has prepared him to use his multidisciplinary knowledge to advocate for empowering the European Union. Avtandil contributes to the multilateral dialogue efforts to enhance the participation of women, youth, and national minorities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), reach Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and create a digitally advanced, inclusive environment for people.




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