On September 14, the new academic year 2015/16 has started in Georgia.

On September 14, the new academic year 2015/16 has started in Georgia. On that day Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations met with the first-year ethnic minority students of TSU Georgian language program.

On July 10-12, in Kvariati, Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations held a workshop with the faculty of Kutaisi, Batumi and Gori State Universities.

On June 26, at National Library of Georgia CCIIR held a presentation of project results - “Innovative Action for Gender Equality”.

On June 5, Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations jointly with the Faculty of Education of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University organized an intercultural event: Integrity of Diversity with the goal of creating an environment of tolerance and respect.

On May 30 the faculty and the students of Gori State University visited Kachagani public school #1 (Marneuli district), where they met school administration, students, graduate students and others.

On May 29 intercultural event was held at Kutaisi State University, where ethnic minority students of TSU one year Georgian language program met the faculty of Pedagogics and the students - future teachers of Kutaisi State University.

In the framework of the project "Incorporation of Multicultural Education Approaches in Teacher Education Programs" CCIIR organized public lecture at Batumi State University.

On May 22 teachers and the students from different public schools of Marneuli district visited Gori State Teaching University, where they met the faculty and the students of teacher education program.

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations conducted a meeting with students at Samtskhe-Javakheti State University.

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations is implementing the project "Incorporation of Multicultural Education Approaches in Teacher Education Programs" financed by Open Society Georgia Foundation.

On March 27-29, in Bakuriani Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations conducted gender sensitivity training for the educational practitioners.

In the framework of the project “Development of Bilingual Literacy in Minority Schools of Georgia” CCIIR has disseminated Bilingual leveled textbooks of "Reading Ladder" to non-Georgian schools of Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions.

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations with the cooperation of Tbilisi State University and Samtskhe-Javakheti State University conducted professional development trainings for teachers -"Bilingualism and bilingual education principles".

Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations has been implementing the project “Development and Introduction of Multilingual Teacher Education Programs at Universities of Georgia and Ukraine” funded by the European Commission TEMPUS program.