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Visit of educators from Georgia to USA | mt | 16 May 2016


On May 5-13, 2016 a visit of educators from Georgia took place in the states of Massachusetts and Vermont, USA aiming to share best practices in the field of civic education. 


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Social Media Leads to Positive Changes | mt | 10 May 2016


In March 2016, Momavlis Taoba Program announced a social media contest -"Social media for positive changes”. Rusudan Zedginidze, a civics club student of Village Zveli public school was one of the successful participants of the contest. She prepared a project on protection of the environment and created a Facebook page titled "My Tidy Country Begins with Me".


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Teachers and Police Organize Community Meetings | acpi | 3 May 2016


Police officers and teachers from Adjara region have organized community meetings into their respective villages in order to plan community events.
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Students Visit Police Station in Khulo, Adjara | acpi | 28 Apr 2016


On April 22nd students from Daba Khulo and Ghordjomi schools paid a visit to Khulo Police Station in frames of Adjara Community Policing Initiative (ACPI) program, which is funded by Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).
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Civics Students Mark Mother Language Day | mt | 28 Apr 2016


Mather Language Day was marked by civics club members of Tbilisi public schools #155 and #107. Students organized the march from Tbilisi Central Avenue “Rustaveli” up to the Mother Language monument.


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Students Improve School Environment | mt | 27 Apr 2016


Students of Chokhatauri Virgin Mary School implemented a civics classroom project to improve outdoor infrastructure of their school. School teachers, parents, community members, local Government and business representatives joined the initiative.


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‘Kids, Police and Safety’ in Batumi, Adjara | ge calls | 26 Apr 2016


From May 2016, GE Calls initiative ‘Kids, Police and Safety’ will commence in Batumi.

After successfully piloting the program in Tbilisi schools, it is planned to extend it’s coverage in other regions of Georgia.


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Small Grants projects are in Process of Implementation | am calls | 22 Apr 2016


AM CALLS staff is making regular monitoring visits to the six communities by providing close oversight and guidance in the process of implementation of small grants. As establishment of Parents’ Clubs was a mandatory component of the projects, AM staff encouraged the grantees to recruit parents who are enthusiastic and open to new initiatives, with sense of community ownership and are willing to allocate time and efforts for that initiative. While recruiting the parents the grantees also considered the status of the family. Thus, women from disadvantaged families with youth at risk were particularly encouraged to participate.

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Resource Kit for the Parents' Clubs | am calls | 22 Apr 2016


To promote capacity building and parenting skills of the parents involved in the Parents’ Clubs, a Resource Kit was developed by the identified 4 experts. Six copies of the Resource Kit were published and distributed to the six NGOs to pilot and assess the effectiveness of the tools included in the Tools Kit. The NGO representatives were asked to provide their feedback on the usefulness of the Resource Kit during the presentation of the Resource Kit which took place on March 11, 2016.

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Workshops for Armenian delegation on the use and administration of YASI | am calls | 16 Apr 2016


During its 5-day study visit to the U.S. the group of Armenian professionals had three workshops on the use and administration of YASI, led and facilitated by Jonathan Kidde, the Founder and Manager of Green Omega, his company that provides training technical assistance around restorative justice and effective intervention.
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