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● Have a quick look at our 2018 Annual Review and Reflection!!

 

 CCIIR Annual

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● CCIIR Announces Tender for the Provision of Printing Services!

The project “Supporting Multilingual Education in Georgia" is being implemented by the Center for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) with the financial support OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities. The main goal of the project is to support multilingual educational reform in Georgian and facilitate the process of integration of society. As part of project activities, the project requires the purchase of services related to printing books, guides, posters, visual aid cards.

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● Call for Applications

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations (CCIIR) announces call for the education procurement service within the framework of the project!

For detailed info please download the  file

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● The last couple of days of kickoff meeting are dedicated to the schools from Kvemo Kartli and Kakheti regions

Totally 9 non-Georgian schools from Kvemo Kartli and Kakheti regions competitively selected to be involved in the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME). This time, their representatives (school principals, Georgian and primary grade teachers) discuss about the challenges, opportunities and needs existing in their respective communities and schools in order to implement bilingual model of instruction.

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Training sessions continue for the representatives of preschool institutions from ethnic minority regions >>
A number of information meetings being held within the framework of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME) >>
Another Project Partner Workshop >>
Training sessions were conducted in the framework of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME) >>
Recruiting campaign for non-Georgian school leavers >>
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