The eighth season of the World Religions Club has begun! The first meeting of the lecture course was held on March 15 in Kutaisi. The club`s guest was the theologian Beka Mindiashvili. The topic of the lecture: "Religion and Human Being". The first part of the meeting was dedicated to the report and after the break it was a discussion. 

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On 26-31 January 2019, in the frames of the project "Local Community and Government for Development", the Caucasus Institute conducted trainings in initiative groups of Adjara, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Shida Kartli and Kvemo Kartli villages. The theme of the training was the project management and donor relationship. 36 representatives of 18 communities took part in the training.

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The project "Strengthening Civil Integration of Avare and Georgian Youth" continues! British-Georgian Academy has invited our youngsters to join the "One Hour of Programming" campaign. The children got acquainted with modern technologies, attended the master class in programming and participated in many fun activities ...

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Project "Strengthening Civic Integration of Avare and Georgian Youth" continues. Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development 2017 Since February, it has been working in the direction of civil society integration.The Institute supported the project "Strengthening Civil Integration of Avare and Georgian Youth" with the support of Open Society Foundation aimed at reducing mutual trust between Georgian and Avar youth and supporting civic integration on the one hand.

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The Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development (CIPDD) is a public policy think-tank, specialized in a broad area of democracy development. CIPDD was founded in 1992 in Tbilisi, Georgia. It is a non-governmental and not-for-profit organisation. It advocates policy goals such as the development of a vibrant and diverse civil society, effective and accountable public institutions based on the rule of law and an integrated political community, which at the same time respects and preserves identities of different ethnic and religious communities in Georgia.

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