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● Training sessions continue for the representatives of preschool institutions from ethnic minority regions

On June 9-10, within the framework of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME) Ana Golubeva, invited trainer and project partner conducted two-day intensive trainings for project beneficiaries - representatives of 7 preschool institutions from Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions.

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● A number of information meetings being held within the framework of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME)

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations (CCIIR) started implementing the second phase of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME). Ethnic minority public schools are now going to get involved in the project in order to implement bilingual education programs in their schools. In close cooperation with the Ministry of Education of Georgia 20 pilot schools will be selected from Kvemo Kartli, Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kakheti regions.

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● Another Project Partner Workshop

From 4 to 6 May, workshops were conducted in the framework of the project "Prepare for Diversity and Develop Tolerance Among the Youth of Georgia" (DTYG), which is being implemented with the financial support of OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities.

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● Training sessions were conducted in the framework of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME)

From April 28 to May 1 training sessions took place in Bakuriani in the framework of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME). Trainings targeted to the project beneficiaries - representatives of 7 pre-school institutions from Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions.

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Another workshop was conducted in the framework of "Prepare for Diversity and Develop Tolerance Among the Youth of Georgia" (DTYG) project >>
2-day workshop has taken place within PITA program >>
International Conference on Multilingual Education >>
Announcement >>
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