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Ideathon - An Innovative Model of Police and Youth Communication was Developed and Organized within ACPI program | acpi | 19 Jun 2020


9th and 10th grade 30 students from Khulo, Shuakhevi, Khelvachauri, Keda and Kobuleti municipalities took part in an online event with ACPI program: Ideathon – Innovative Ideas Competition. Ideathon was all about generating, developing and presenting in a limited time period innovative ideas on new forms of communication between police and youth. Ideathon itself is an innovative model of communication between youth and police, which was developed within ACPI program during pandemic period.

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Civics Teachers’ Regional "Roundtables" | mt | 18 Jun 2020


During June 8-17, 2020, Civics Teachers’ Regional "Roundtables" for Civics Teachers of Adjara, Kvemo Kartli, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Imereti, Kakheti, Tbilisi, Shida Kartli and Guria regions’ public schools were held in the framework of USAID funded "Momavlis Taoba" program and was organized by the Civic Education Teachers' Forum.

Civics experts Aluda Goglichidze and Nino Chiabrishvili led the roundtables.

Teachers discussed the possible design of civics teaching in high school, students’ projects as a mandatory part of the civics curriculum and other important aspects for further development of school-based civic education.

Following a series of roundtables, MT and Civic Education Teachers Forum (CETF) will share teachers’ recommendations with the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia.

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An Educational Animation on Cybersecurity has been developed within ACPI and SCOPE Programs | acpi | 18 Jun 2020


ACPI and SCOPE programs have developed an educational animation on Cybersecurity. Cybercrimes have increased especially during the pandemic period due to everyone going online. The short educational animation explains with a nice visual and simplicity what is the most common threat in internet, how to keep a cyber hygiene and not be become a victim of a cybercrime. 

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Webinar on Road Safety, one of the Major Problems Identified by Local Police in Adjara | acpi | 16 Jun 2020


Live webinar „Road Safety begins with us“ was organized for ACPI Program school students within the municipal projects. Road safety was one of the major problems identified by the local police in Adjara and therefore it was decided that raising awareness in youth on this issue was important. There were two speakers, representative from the NGO presenting the road safety rules and the police officer talking about the legal regulations. 

 

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Students in Guria region decided to learn more about crime among youth | mt | 16 Jun 2020


Students from MT partner schools in Guria region decided to learn more about crime among youth because it became a critical concern in the region.
To promote crime prevention and educate peers about negative consequences youth conflict may lead to, students surveyed the attitude of their peers about the juvenile crime to find out the main causes of crime and how juvenile crime can be prevented.
Students also participated in an online meeting with a psychologist Tamta Dolidze and discussed human personality types and behavioral criminology.
In addition, students planned to participate in an online discussion with a lawyer to talk about crime prevention among youth and learn about organizations that work in the field of juvenile crime prevention.
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Second Live Webinar on Cybersecurity with the focus on Legal Regulations was organized with the initiative of local police and teachers | acpi | 15 Jun 2020


What can we do to have a secure internet? What are the legal regulations to protect cyber crime victims? Due to great interest from students on these issues, with the initiative of local police and teachers second live webinar on cyber security this time focusing on legal regulations was organized for 8th, 9th and 10th grade students of ACPI program partner 32 schools in Adjara region.  

 

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Final event of 2019 – 2020 Access Alumni Civic Engagement Program in Mariupol | access ua | 11 Jun 2020


On June 11, 2020, the final online presentation was held by participants of the 2019 – 2020 Access Alumni Civic Engagement Program in Mariupol supported by the U.S. Embassy and administered by Project Harmony, Inc. (PH International) in partnership with NGOs Mariupol Union of Youth, and Institute of Public Development ‘Ortega-y-Gasset’. RELO Timothy Collins who took part in the final event, thanked the alumni, their trainers and volunteers for their active participation in the Program and community contributions.
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Facebook Live with Tamaz Daushvili, CEO and Partner of DIO Ltd | mt | 8 Jun 2020


Tamaz Daushvili, CEO and Partner of DIO Ltd, had a Facebook live with students, teachers and parents via MT’s Facebook page.

During an hour live meeting, the speaker talked about the history, development and corporate social responsibility of the company DIO, shared the tips for starting a new business and answered the questions of viewers about leadership, team building and business development.

What are corporate social responsibility initiatives implemented by DIO Ltd? How does your company support the communities? What is the difference between a manager and a leader? Is leadership an inborn quality or can one grow as a leader? What skills does one need to develop to become successful in business? How did you start your business? How did COVID-19 affect your company? Is it hard to be a leader? What is your advice to future entrepreneurs? What do young people need to start a business? Does Media support a business? -These among others were the questions that Tamaz Daushvili discussed with the students during the online meeting.

Participants of the meeting - students, civics teachers and parents from all regions of Georgia had the opportunities to ask questions to Tamaz Daushvili, via Facebook. The online conference had 148 comments and questions from students and teachers and 3,000 views by the time it ended.

Such events are very helpful for students, teachers and community members and contribute to spreading information about starting a new business and about leadership, team building and business development.

 

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Photo Contest organized for school students with the engagement of police | acpi | 3 Jun 2020


Within the framework of the municipal projects in ACPI program photo contest on "People and Pandemia" was organized for the 8th, 9th and 10th grade students of 32 schools of Khulo, Shuakhevi, Khelvachauri, Keda and Kobuleti municipalities of Adjara region. Received photos reflect the emotions and adventures of people in a positive and creative way during a pandemic. The jury included our police officers, a teacher, program representatives and an amateur photographer.

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Part 2 of a New Manual for Students on Legal Culture is Accessible Online | acpi | 2 Jun 2020


Second Part of the new manual on Legal Culture for Students has been developed by ACPI program. The manual gives practical information on legal responsibilities, rights and regulations in a simple language with visual aids and good design. All of these makes the book more attractive for students to read and get familiar with legal issues. Part 2 of the manual consists of 4 topics: Early Marriage, Domestic Violence, Trafficking, Civic Engagement. Part 2 of the manual is accessible online for public through this link: https://el.ge/articles/535325

 

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