17/10/2021 keta

Launching of the second thematic Working Group (WG) 2021-2022

On October 10 Georgian Institute of Politics launched the second thematic Working Group, on the issue of Women’s Political Participation.
The 2nd group of active ELS alumni will work with the mentorship of Teona Kupunia, expert in International Development and Gender Equality, on Women’s Political Participation issues.

The thematic Working Groups meetings were held within the framework of the project “Promoting Youth Transformational Leaders in Georgia”. It is the second component of the “Emerging Leaders School” (ELS) initiative and involves ELS graduates from Tbilisi, Shida Kartli, Imereti, Racha-Lechkhumi, Kvemo Svaneti, and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti.

In 2021 GIP conducted Emerging Leaders School (ELS) and trained 120 young activists, politicians, journalists, community and civil society leaders. Following the ELS training, four thematic Working Groups have been created, which will focus on specific policy areas important for young people, such as youth participation in local government, youth employment, women political participation and foreign policy.

Participation in Working Groups aims to provide active youth with an opportunity to gain deeper knowledge about policies relevant to them, formulate an opinion and advocate for change. The program will ensure that members of Working Groups are exposed to the environment of the chosen policy field, familiarize with the main actors and their positions, and will be able to further personal and professional networks of their own.

The Georgian Institute of Politics is implementing the project “Promoting Youth Transformational Leaders in Georgia” with the financial support of @USAID GEORGIA.

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