Tamar Zviadadze was a virtual intern at UNU-CRIS. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Tbilisi State University and a master’s degree in Public and Social Policy from Charles University. Her thesis focused on a qualitative study of the influence of migration on gender roles and women’s self-perceptions. Her research interests include irregular migration and reintegration policies, gendered migration, welfare states and family-friendly policies. Aside from her studies, Tamar has practical experience in the development sector working in civil society organisations locally and abroad.
She was supervised by Ine Lietaert. Tamar contributed to the research on functioning of NGOs in Post-soviet space and de facto states; Georgian Diaspora in Belgium. Besides, she assisted with a working paper in the UNU-CRIS working paper series.