Over 200 students from partner schools of “Momavlis Taoba” project in Adjara region organized a march entitled -”Future Generation Chooses Peace”. In the march that took place on January 27, 2015, drawings and flash mob show were held by students. Through this event, the students, together with their peers from Maritime Training Centre and Batumi Youth Palace expressed their opinion against terrorism, violence and war, and raised public awareness about the importance of peace.The March took place in Era Square in Batumi.
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On January 28, civics club students of Tbilisi school “Iveroni” summed up results of their activities at the school library. “Green Boxes-Protection of Environment” was the title of their initiative which aimed to protect an environment. Students spent a month to collect the scrap paper in the community and exchanged it into new books. Eighteen new books were delivered to the school library.
On January 29 Akhaltsikhe Art School hosted exhibition - “Government and Violence” - of students’ drawings. Students from 14 partner schools from Samtskhe-Javakheti region presented their works to expressed their attitude towards violence and terrorism and emphasize the role of government in the fight of violence.
Apart, from legal culture lessons GE CALLS-participant schools are actively implementing several activities in the frames of the action plans created on Ge Calls trainings. As part of networking and cooperation with other participant schools from another region, Kutaisi school #17 and Rustavi school #6 organized a joint creative project. Teacher of art from Rustavi school #6 organized a joint photo-exhibition in the frames of GE Calls program. In one day, students managed to perform photo shooting, printing and exhibiting their works in one of the halls of Kutaisi school #17. The title of the exhibition was “Art and Human”. Around 40 students were involved in the project, each has presented three photos. The exhibition proved to be very impressive for the guests, among which were students, parents, teachers, school resource officers and other.