One of the chief goals of the centre is to provide scouts in Rustavi with facilities for their indoor and outdoor activities as well as a permanent office to deal with all administrative matters of the organization. The buildings are designed for this purpose. The centre is also available to other youth groups in Georgia, e.g. from the capital Tbilisi, and as a location for special events (training courses, seminars, planning weekends, etc.) In addition, the International Scout Centre Rustavi generates income by renting its facilities to third parties: The centre can be used by school and university groups as well as non-governmental organizations looking for a venue for residential study weeks and meeting. The centre offers overnight accommodations for tourists, groups and individuals.

Current activities ISCR


ASSOCIATION-TEMIDA and Youth for Peace and Equality (YPE) are implementing a project - 'No Hate Embassy - Allies Edition' funded by ILGA Europe,what takes place at ISCR. With this project wthey aim to educate and empower youngsters to become “No Hate Ambassadors” - to tackle human rights issues, homophobia and transphobia in various forms - mainly peer-education and activism.

International Scout Centre Rustavi during 16-17 September hosted one more World Vision projetct. The aim of the training was to develop facilitation skills of SKYE Clubs leaders, motivate them and plan a quarterly action plans.

During 14-15 September,project ,,Effective foster care service in Qvemo Qartli Region`` took place at ISCR. It was studying training for foster care families in motivation interview and children violence issues in motivation interview skills. The project is implemented by Mclain association of social workers ans Social Service Agency. Goal of the project is to find foster care families and strength foster care in families.

One more Erasmus+ project visited ISCR during 4-9 of September.32 Participants from Finland,Austria and Georgia shared each other experiences,how to make everyday life more interesting and plan bright future.

International Scout Centre Rustavi during 1-10 of September is hosting Georgian Young Water Polo team.

One more summer project at ISCR and Eco Village Pona. Project was financed by Erasmus+ Salto and participated more than 30 young from Italy and Georgia.

On September 2-3 International Scout Center Rustavi has hosted an advanced planning visit of a project `U.R.BANKSY - Transforming Urban Realities`. 14 People from 7 countries - Georgia, Norway, Estonia, Finland, Romania, Ukraine and Armenia came together to plan youth exchange about transformative human rights education and graffiti. The project is implemented by Youth for Peace and Equality under Erasmus+ Programme of European Commission.