On June 21, in the Ministry of Education and Science CCIIR awarded teachers with certificates for participation in teachers exchange program.

On May 21, 16 Georgian Think Tanks signed an Ethical and Quality Standards Document.

On 14-15 May, Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations conducted baseline survey of bi-literacy in primary schools of minorities.

On 26-29 April, in Bakuriani public school CCIIR conducted training sessions for teachers who participate in the teacher exchange program. The aim of the training was to provide these teachers with detailed information about the program’s goals, objectives and its related issues.

On 18 April, at “Caucasian House”, The Center for Cultural Relations, Galaktion Tabidze st. 20, Center for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) jointly with the Korean Foundation for the first time in Georgia organized an international conference “Future Prospects of the Georgian-Korean Economic Cooperation”.

CCIIR is launching an exchange program “Teachers Partnership between Kvemo Kartli /Samtskhe-Javakheti and other regions of Georgia” with the financial support of OSCE.

On March 14, Center for Civil Integration and Inter-ethnic Relations visited Marneuli public school №3, where the ethnic minority school students created illustrations for leveled reading texts “Reading Ladder” initiated by CCIIR.

EWMI G-PAC announced the winners of its latest Think Tank Support Grant (TTSG) competition. The grant review committee (GRC) selected three projects for funding.

The scientific-methodological journal ,,Bilingual Education’’ has been publishing quarterly since 2010 by The Center for Civil Integration and Inter - Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) in the framework of the project - ‘’Supporting Multilingual Educational Reform in Georgia’’ funded by the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities.

On December 27th the Centre for Civil Integration and Inter-Ethnic Relations organized opening ceremony of the project “Development of Bilingual Literacy in Minority Schools of Georgia”.

The Center for Civil Integration and Inter–Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) has developed and published the manual “Gender Equality Issues in Social Science Teaching”.

 

CCIIR participates in the implementation of the project “Development and Introduction of Multilingual Teacher Education Programs at Universities of Georgia and Ukraine” funded by the European Commission TEMPUS program.

CCIIR stared implementation of a new project “Development of Bilingual Literacy in Minority Schools of Georgia”. The project is implementing in the framework of the “All Children Reading Programme” funded by USIAD.

The scientific-methodological journal ,,Bilingual Education’’ has been publishing quarterly since 2010 by The Center for Civil Integration and Inter - Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) in the framework of the project - ‘’Supporting Multilingual Educational Reform in Georgia’’ funded by the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities.

The scientific-methodological journal ,,Bilingual Education’’ has been publishing quarterly by The Center for Civil Integration and Inter - Ethnic Relations (CCIIR) in the framework of the project -‘’Supporting Multilingual Educational Reform in Georgia’’ funded by the OSCE office of High Commissioner on National Minorities.