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ACETT Program launched in Kakheti Region, Georgia | acett | 30 Nov 2010

On November 17, 2010, the regional launch of the Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training Program (ACETT) was held in the town of Tevali, Georgia, in the Kakheti region of the country. The event was hosted by PH International and Telavi Education Development and Employment Center, an ACETT partner NGO in the region.
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Regional Launch for Civic Education Program Receives Broad Support | acett | 30 Nov 2010


On November 12, 2010, the regional launch of the USAID-funded Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training Program (ACETT) was held in the Ozurgeti region of Georgia. The event was hosted by PH International and Guria Youth Resource Center, an ACETT partner NGO in the region.
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Seminar of regional NGOs to promote civic education and democracy in Georgia | acett | 15 Oct 2010


On October 13-14 PH International, in the framework of USAID funded Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training Program (ACETT) conducted working seminar for nine regional partner NGOs. The purpose of the seminar was to discuss the partnership’s programmatic and financial procedures, and elaborate detailed action plans for the promotion of civic education in all program regions.
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Meeting with the Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs | acett | 1 Oct 2010


On October 1, 2010, program staff from the Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training Program (ACETT) met with the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs to provide information about ACETT and discuss priorities and activities of the program.
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Review of the National Curriculum of Civic Education in Georgia | acett | 27 Sep 2010


On September 25, 2010, PH International organized a review of the draft national civic education curriculum in the framework of the USAID-funded Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training Program. The event was held in Tbilisi, attended by experts from professional associations, local and international organizations, academics, civics teachers and school directors.
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ACETT Start-Up Conference in Georgia | acett | 12 Aug 2010


On August 12-13, 2010, a start-up conference for the ACETT program was organized by PH International with the aim of introducing the program goal, objectives and planned activities.
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GLSP Launches a New “Social Media at School” (SMS) Component | glsp | 27 Jul 2010


GLSP launched a new “Social Media at School” (SMS) component in June 2010. The new component aims at building the capacities of the youth in using Social Media means for increased /improved civic participation and juvenile crime prevention. 100 students from GLSP participant schools in four cities of Tbilisi, Rustavi, Kutaisi and Batumi will be chosen to participate in the SMS based on the applications submitted.
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GLSP Trains Youth Reparative Boards | glsp | 17 May 2010


Based on the Armenia Based Professional Exchange outputs, the GLSP organized a Youth Board Training Workshop for the schools enrolled in the program in Georgia.
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GLSP Exchange Team Visits the State of Vermont | glsp | 3 May 2010


GLSP organized a professional exchange to the US between January 28 and February 11, 2010. Six Georgian professionals participated in the exchange: Giorgi Gakheladze, GLSP Expert/ Civic Education Expert at the Ministry of Education and Sciences; Lia Giagauri, Director of the GLSP Public School #165; Natalia Zazashvili, Psychologist/ Director of “Saphari” NGO; Zurab Tvauri, Chief of the District Inspectors Division in Tbilisi at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia; Ramaz Gavarjaladze, Deputy Head of Adjara Police, and Nana Ioseliani, GLSP Coordinator.
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GLSP Organizes a Professional Exchange to Armenia | glsp | 30 Mar 2010


GLSP organized a professional exchange to Armenia on March 22-25. Among the exchange participants were Lia Giagauri, Director of the Public School #165; Zurab Tvauri, Chief of the District Inspectors Division in Tbilisi; Ramaz Gavarjaladze, Deputy Head of Adjara Police, and Nana Ioseliani, GLSP Coordinator. The purpose of the exchange was to observe Community Justice Centers and school based Youth Boards in Armenia, which are ZANG models that could be replicated in Georgia.
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