Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations is implementing a new project.

Myschool.ge for Better Education Opportunities and Civic Engagement is a project funded by the Eastern Partnership EU (see the link).

The project envisages development of a website and a mobile application, which will be an easy-to-use accountability tool for the involvement of the Georgian community in the process of improving educational institutions.

The website / mobile application will allow the users to get comprehensive information about the public schools in Georgia, report a problem fixed in the public school and receive a response from the relevant agencies.

CCIIR is announcing a tender to create a website and associated mobile app in the framework of the project  “MySchool.Ge/ganatleba.ge for Better Education Opportunities and Civil Engagement” (Financial Supporter: European Union through the EU for Integrity Programme for the Eastern Partnership). 

The Center for Civic Integration and inter-Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) is announcing a tender for the project final evaluation consulting service in the framework of the ongoing project “Overcome gender stereotyping through school textbook analysis and teachers professional development” financed by UN WOMEN Europe and Central Asia Regional Office, UNFPA.

Detailed information about the tender can be found in the attached file.

Within the framework of the program  “EU4Gender Equality: Together against gender stereotypes and gender-based violence" (funded by the European Union, implemented jointly by UN Women and UNFPA), CCIIR invites teachers from Tbilisi, Guria, and Imereti regions for participating in the process of analyzing textbooks and conducting training.

 

Whithin the framewokr of the project “Supporting Multilingual Education in Georgia" (donor organization: OSCE HCNM), CCIIR announces an open call for tenders on provision on printing services. As part of project activities, the project requires the purchase of services related to printing books, guides, posters, visual aid cards. Content, format and illustrations for all of these products are provided by CCIIR. The service provider is responsible for lay-out and design of the materials.

On June 28, in the conference hall of Betsy's Hotel research results were presented by Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations (CCIIR). 

Annual Review and Reflection
KEY MOMENTS OF THE YEAR

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.

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).

n these days, in Bakuriani trainings are being carried out. This is the first time when the representatives of 20 pilot schools from Kvemo Kartli, Samtskhe-Javakheti and Kakheti regions, selected through a competitive process, are meeting one another.

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.

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations (CCIIR) started implementing the second phase of the project "Integration of Society through Multilingual Education" (ISME).

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.

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).

In the framework of PITA program, CCIIR for the second time, campaigned to promote the recruitment process of non-Georgian school leavers who are willing to continue their studies at higher education institutions.