Students from partner schools of the “Momavlis Taoba” program, psychologists, lawyers, social workers and representatives of the non-governmental organizations gathered in Gori to find answers to the questions - What causes violence against women? How does the law protect women? What is the statistics? And, How can we solve the problem?
Throughout December 3-6, 2014, a group of 10 Armenian police officers working with juveniles, accompanied by two PH staff, traveled to Tbilisi, Georgia, to participate in a Georgia based exchange for School Resource officers (SROs) organized by PH International within the INL-funded "Armenia Community Actions and Linkages for Legal Socialization" (AM CALLS) program. The Armenian group spent two productive days in Tbilisi, visiting different crime prevention institutions and observing legal socialization lessons, developed and conducted at schools by the Georgian police officers and teachers, within the Georgian CALLS program.