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Financial Literacy for Social Responsibility Project Closing Ceremony

03.07.2015
On May 28, Financial Literacy for Social Responsibility held a final event. The project is supported by GE CALLS and the National Bank of Georgia, implemented by the Institute of Non-Violent Communication in partnership with Free University of Georgia.

National Bank of Georgia Representative Meets Rustavi Project Participants

20.05.2015
On May 19, GE CALLS-funded Financial Literacy project in Rustavi hosted a very special guest – Mr. Giorgi Bakradze, Advisor of the President of the National Bank of Georgia. Mr. Bakradze had a meeting with project participants and delivered a presentation on role, functions and operation of the main financial institution of the country.

Civil Responsibility Board Second Panel Session

04.05.2015
The second panel session of Civic Responsibility Board was held on May 3 at RICDOG office in Kutaisi. Four groups of students (Active Citizens, Passive Citizens, Responsible Citizens and Experts) presented resolutions they worked on during several weeks. According to the rules, all the participants are assigned specific roles, so during the session, as well as other activities, they were dressed accordingly. After 4-hour work, the resolution was approved. The name of the document is On Creation of Healthy Environment for Proper Development of Juveniles.

Civic Responsibility Board First Panel Session – Adolescents against Ludomania

16.04.2015
The first panel session of Civic Responsibility Board was held at RICDOG office in Kutaisi. Four groups of students (Active Citizens, Passive Citizens, Responsible Citizens and Experts) presented resolutions they worked on during several weeks. Presentations were followed by a roundtable discussions, where representatives of all four groups began working on common resolution.

Positive influence of police officers on school life

15.04.2015

Partnership between schools community and police has grown stronger thanks to the Legal Culture lessons that are currently in progress in five major cities of Georgia: Batumi, Tbilisi, Rustavi and Kutaisi.  Specially trained police officers and experienced teachers of civil education have joined their creative and professional competencies to deliver interesting, dynamic and creative lessons to 9th graders of the schools that are involved in GE CALLs program.

The method of teaching is interactive and student-based, where police officers provide information and advice based on their practical experience. The topics are about legal culture, about police officers work, juvenile and legislative framework, violence, violence and juvenile, domestic violence, bad habits and their results, organized crime, trafficking, judiciary etc

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