Friday, April 28, 2017

CCP (Caucasus Cooperation Project) came into existence in 2003 and since then lots of people have benefited from it. CCP is an association of active and older Swiss and Georgian observers. The main purpose of the CCP is to promote the scouts movement in Georgia.
     Between the dates 27-30 April,2017 one of CCP's project took place in ISCR. The main aim of the project was to share the Swiss scout experience with Georgian leaders-to-be. The training were mainly focused on the leadership skills,that include communication,decision-making,planning and organizing activities. 21 participants were from the different regions of Georgia,so they could share their knowledge and get to know each other better. Beside the trainings,participants were taking place in outdoor activities in order to improve the social skills with both,Georgian and Swiss scouts.





Wednesday, April 26, 2017

A Training for Trainers was held on 22-23 April, 2017 in Rustavi. Representatives of local youth non-governmental and media organizations from Rustavi City, Bolnisi, Gardabani, Dmanisi, Tetritskaro, Marneuli and Tsalka Municipalities participated in the TOT. The aim of the TOT was to develop participants’ skills and knowledge on non-formal education methods around project management, effective communication and fundraising issues. Participants explored training tools and practices.

The event was organized by Youth Center for Civil development in cooperation with Ukrainian organization ’’Go On!’’ in the frame of the project Capacity Building in Youth Organizations – Civil Society Strengthening Program. The project is financially supported by the International Visegrad Fund and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.



Friday, April 21, 2017

In April 9-16 International Scout Centre Rustavi hosted Georgian (InoChange) and Danish (Global School Partnership Denmark) nongovernmental organizations, who made  project ,,Idialist”. The goal of the project was to share each other`s experiences in inclusive education in the field of intercultural dialogue and civic engagement.