Rondeli Foundation launched a new project – “Building bridges and decreasing tensions in Adigeni municipality”. Foundation will regularly organize lectures for Adigeni and Mokhe high school students in the fields of civic education and national security. Participants will also receive latest editions of “My World” journal.
On October 22-23, Rondeli Foundation’s Senior Fellows, Kakha Gogolashvili and Giorgi Badrize discussed Geogia’s European Integration and Georgia’s Foreign Policy with high school students from Adigeni and Mokhe.
On October 29-30, Aleksi Petriashvili and Emzar Jgerenaia gave lectures on “Georgia’s path to NATO membership” and “Homeland and State”.
The project enables high school students to strengthen their knowledge on issues such as national security, democracy, civic activism, foreign policy of Georgia, NATO and the EU, Georgia-Russia relations, economics, public policy, entrepreneurship, media literacy, etc. The project encompasses familiarization and distribution of the Foundation’s youth journal “My World”. Rondeli Foundation will also organize quizzes based on articles provided in the journal. The winners will get special prizes and will take part in the trip to the capital Tbilisi at the end of the project. As a result, it is expected that the participating schoolchildren will acquire skills and knowledge for involving themselves in civic activism and for becoming successful citizens of a democratic state.
The project is implemented by Rondeli Foundation and is supported by the U.S. Government.