On July 26, 2017 literature cafe of Young Pedagogues’ Union ,,Rvas+1” hosted Roma musical band. Musical evening was held within Youth Center micro grant competition winner project ,,Roma People in Our Reality”. The goal of the project is to change stereotypes about Roma people in our society and to promote integration of Roma people in the society. These kind of activities promote to popularization of Roma culture and to raise social responsibility of each member of the society. The musical evening was organized within ,,Promoting Integration, Tolerance and Awareness’’ program (PITA) which is implemented by UNAG, financial support USAID. Partner organization of the project Young Pedagogues’ Union.
On July 3-4, 2017 training ,,Modern approaches to working with elderly people’’ was held for people who work in house of senior citizens. Trainer Natia Partskhaladze held the training.
Within two days working process there were discussed the topics which are connected with elderly people’s care, among them elderly people’s needs (quality of independence, mobility and depression, basic, socialization) evaluation instruments, measures for satisfaction and etc.
For Leaders’ School of Young Pedagogues’ Union English language summer school started functioning. The summer school is held by volunteer from Germany, Jule Kleinschmidt.
Regarding the World Day Against Child Labour , with the initiative of Youth Centre there was held seminar about the topic ,,Child Labour and legislative regulation’’. Expert Koka Kighuradze held the seminar. At the meeting the focus was on the physical and social development of children. Young people talked about responsibility of the state, equal opportunities for children, interests, protection against violence. There was discussed specific case where there was emphasized the differences between legislation and practice.
The seminar was organized through Promoting Integration Tolerance and Awareness Program (PITA) which is funded by USAID. Young Pedagogues’ Union is the program partner in Ozurgeti.