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GE CALLS Collection of Games and Activities now Available Online


PH International, GE CALLS program has created a new resource: “Collection Of Games And Cheerful Activities.”  The aim of this tool-kit is to inspire public schools to use non-formal education methods, as a tool for improving social skills and building positive relations.
The tool-kit is actively used in one of the components of GE CALLS programs -“Kids, Police & Safety.”  The collection of games improve team performance, helps build attention, opens creativity, establishes positive relations and develops children’s thinking about several important topics.  


Training in Community Policing in Practice


Georgia Community Action and Linkages for Legal Socialization Program (GE CALLS), in cooperation with Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs, organized a training – “Community Policing in Practice” that was held at Police Academy of Georgia on January 23 – 26, 2017. 
The Aim of the training was to provide a foundation in the theory and practice of community policing. Promote community-based problem- solving strategies to address the underlying causes of crime and disorder and the fear of crime. 


‘Kids, Police and Safety’ in Batumi, Adjara


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.

Legal culture action plans in progress in Zugdidi school #9


After launching the legal culture lessons, the schools started organizing some other activities in the frames of legal culture action plans. One of the teachers underlined: “This program has given me an impetus to think of creative activities for better involvement of police in the school life”.  

US Ambassador and Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Participate in Living Library

Another Living Library in the framework of GE CALLS Program – this time it was hosted by the Georgian National Gallery and featured two special “books” – Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Mr. Archil Talakvadze and The US Ambassador to Georgia, Mr. Ian Kelly

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