Mariam Morchadze graduated the School of Governance of Caucasus University in Tbilisi (Georgia) in the major of Public Administration. Between 2014-2019 she studied in two different universities as an exchange program student – University of Warsaw (Poland) and Radboud University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands). In 2018 Mariam was appointed as a Young European Ambassador and since then she has been actively involved in promoting the European values in young community. After a year in 2019 she joined the EU initiative “Mayors for Economic Growth” as a Junior Expert and assisted the Local Authorities of Georgian Municipalities to elaborate the Local Economic Development Plans. In the framework of the EU projects Mariam conducted two different research to identify at what extent the culture and creative industries’ (CCI) sector is integrated in local development plans and what challenges the local representatives of CCI sector are facing for their development. Besides, Mariam carries out several projects in Georgian cities related to urban development and studies cities as a complex cultural phenomenon.
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