On March 2nd, course in the “Civic Education and Conflict Analysis” was launched. The course aims to give a thorough knowledge of democracy, civic education, human rights, conflict analysis and nationalism issues to the young people living in Georgia. It covers both the lectures and seminars about academic and theoretical issues, as well as informational meetings with representatives of governmental agencies and experts.
The first lecture was held in the Caucasian House. The topic was “The Role of Civil Society in Transitional democracy countries.” The lecture was delivered by Ketevan Vashakidze, President of the European Foundation. She discussed concept of civil society and emphasized the development and importance of civil society in Georgia.
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