On November 12, 2012, the workshop on student debates was held in Tbilisi. During the meeting the students of differnet Universities were introduced to the rules and topics of debates which will be held on November 25. The meeting was organized and hosted by Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development/CIPDD. The meeting was organized in the framework of the project: Civil Society for Development: Decentralization and Participation in Georgia, with the financial support of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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On November 3, 2012, the workshop on student debates was held in Batumi. The meeting was attended by students of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University. During the meeting the students were introduced to the rules and topics of debates to be held in late November. The meeting was organized by Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development and was hosted by Center for Civic Engagement. The meeting was organized in the framework of the project: Civil Society for Development: Decentralization and Participation in Georgia, with the financial support of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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On November 4th discussion on topic of cultural heritage was held in Press Café. Discussion-"unlimited space" was broadcasted through internet in live regime. Internet users had an opportunity to participate in discussion. The discussion was organized by Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development in partnership with Free Journalists' House. The discussion was organized in the framework of the project: Civil Society for Development: Deccentralization and Participation in Georgia with the financial support of the Netherlends Ministry Foreign Affairs.

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On November 3, 2012 discussion: Old Batumi's Architecture - the cultural heritage management policies and outcomes - has been held in Batumi. Issues related to the new constructions and preserving old buildings were discussed during the meeting. Photoes by Shota Gujabidze reporting on "Life in Batumi" were also screened during the discussion. The discussion was organized by Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development in partnership with Free Journalists' House and was hosted by Press Café Batumi.

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In CIPDD resource centre you have an opportunity to find a new book "Citizenship: A Very Short Introduction" by Richard Bellamy. In this book author explains what citizenship is, and why it matters: What does it mean to be a citizen of a modern, complex community? Author describes the main models of citizenship, exploring how ideas of citizenship have changed through time from ancient Greece to the present. More than 700 books, magazines and articles can also be found in the resource centre on the issues related to decentralization, including: political and financial aspects of this process, public participation, examples of countries from Latin America, Asia and Africa. Resource centre is open to all interested persons. For further questions please contact Nino Ghambashidze at nino@participate.ge or 2355154. Resource centre is funded by a grant from the Social Transformation Programme (MATRA) of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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