Seminar in Armenia

 

 

 

The seminar in Kobuleti, Georgia was implemented on 25-30 July 2018 and hosted 6 participants from each participating country. The participants were the organisation staff members, coordinators and fellows.

Overall Objectives of the seminar were:

  • to generate proposals for the follow-up projects in the field of youth.

  • to explore the funding opportunities in the field of youth aiming to increase the 
    cross-sectorial cooperation and youth shaping policies in EaP region countries;

  • to give space to plan the information and awareness campaign;

  • to furthermore shape the plans for the conference and dissemination of the project results;

  • to identify challenges and generate solutions;

  • to introduce tools and effective methods of youth participation on the local and regional levels;

  • to share the practices from the local actions and evaluate the changes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representatives of 5 countries (Armenia, Finland, Moldova, Sweden, and Georgia) has reunited once again for the new round - a seminar. The seminar aimed to share the practices from the local actions and discuss the changes in the policies, to give space to plan the #advocacy and information awareness campaign with and for young people. And of course, the publication. We've started to create one, all by ourselves.

 

The next day our participants worked in different groups. We were concentrated mainly on three fields: planning advocacy campaigning in each of the countries, preparations for the final conference and working on the publications. In the end, we had 5 different types of Information and Awareness Campaign plans, the draft schedule for the conference and concept for the publication, which will be developed during the upcoming phase. Group works revealed plenty of positive news from all the countries, including: youth lead and run revolution in Armenia, opening new youth centers in the Republic of Moldova and especially in the Kahul municipality (where one of our fellows, Nadejda Goncearova got the position of the director), new financing schemes for youth in Zugdidi, youth needs assessment in Gori, new youth center in the Boras Municipality, Youth Forum 2018 in Tbilisi, new financing scheme for youth organisations to write/manage summer camp projects etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The next day our participants worked in different groups. We were concentrated mainly on three fields: planning advocacy campaigning in each of the countries, preparations for the final conference and working on the publications. In the end, we had 5 different types of Information and Awareness Campaign plans, the draft schedule for the conference and concept for the publication, which will be developed during the upcoming phase. The next day our participants worked in different groups. We were concentrated mainly on three fields: planning advocacy campaigning in each of the countries, preparations for the final conference and working on the publications. In the end, we had 5 different types of Information and Awareness Campaign plans, the draft schedule for the conference and concept for the publication, which will be developed during the upcoming phase.

  

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​​Saturday: 11am - 3pm

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