Youth Platform has been set up within “Europe Our House” in order to ensure active work on development of youth policy, inclusion as well as civic participation of youth at local and European level. It organizes civil education activities and facilitates dialogue on inclusion, antidiscrimination and trust building. Organization pays enormous attention to development and popularization of volunteering in Georgia. Moreover, ‘Europe Our House’ actively works on topics related to youth mobility, employment and migration.
Boys don't cry...? Mainstreaming Gender in Youth Work
The training course "Boys don't Cry. Mainstreaming Gender in Youth Work” is designed for twenty-two youth leaders, youth workers and educators to develop learning competences aimed at mainstreaming gender in youth work through Human Rights Education and Non-Formal Education methodologies. The course of eight days, is part of the "Eastern Youth Window" programme and it is promoted by youth organizations in Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Romania, Georgia, Armenia, and coordinated by the Association of Human Rights Educators. Project realized with the support of the European Commission in the frames of the Youth in Action Programme. Its content does not necessarily reflect the position of the Commission in this issue, and does not compromise in any way the responsibility of the Commission.
Tamar Gamkrelidze was invited by Nantes Metropole to take part in Nantes Creative Generations Forum (NCG) 2012 in order to present the project on ‘Gender Equality in Europe’. The project was much liked by Nantes Metropole, that’s reason the idea emerged to apply for the NCG partnership call 2012 with the joint project ‘Gender Equality in Europe’ with Slovak, Dutch and Swedish partners. In addition to the workshop the participants listened to the presentation by the young delegates on “NCG on Tour”. They mainly talked about their experience and the ways to push future projects forward. Moreover the panel also discussed the European dimension of local projects as well as exchanged the ideas on what could be the NCG forum in 2013.