On November 22, 2013 Mr. Roy Plucknett, USAID Deputy Mission Director visited Batumi public school # 2 to meet with the civics club students from different partner schools of the ACETT program in Adjara region.
On December 6-9, special training were organized for the civic education teachers and local police officers involved in GE Calls program, in order to prepare them for delivering 9th grade Legal culture lessons in the respective schools.
During the first part of the workshop the trainers and participants discussed important aspects of juvenile psychological; the second part was dedicated to the issues of legal culture and specifics of juvenile justice. Participants also received step-by- step recommendations on techniques of team-teaching and about modern teaching methods.
First trainings were held for members of Youth Legal Club in by Samtskhe-Javakheti Democrat Women Association in Akhaltsikhe. The Club was formed in the framework of the GE CALLS-funded project Law Protects You.
The topic of the training was domestic violence. 20 members of the Club plan activities based on information acquired during the training.
On December 4, the Supreme Court of Georgia hosted the GECALLS students from Tbilisi Public School №55. The students were accompanied by the civic Education Teacher and Law Enforcement Officer of the above mentioned school.
A Supreme Court representative acted as a guide for the guests and introduced them guests the history of the building as well as the high ranking officials that have served there. The students visited nearly all the important chambers of the Supreme Court and tried the seats of judges and other officials. The students also visit the newly opened Museum of Justice.