Luka Turmanidze was born and raised in Batumi, Georgia. Currently, he is finishing his studies in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in Tbilisi, Georgia, under the scholarship of the Eastern Partnership. He is conducting research about the political conflict between Georgia and Tskhinvali and is actively engaged with NGOs and representatives of civil society to learn more about it. Luka has been actively participating in volunteering starting last year. Since summer, he has been a member of the Amaxa Teach By Tech program, meant to connect students with organizations and send educational materials to refugee camps. He has also volunteered as a creator of websites and magazines for science projects and has helped organise sporting events and school ceremonies.
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