RESOLVE: Equity Youth Exchange in Tbilisi

Young people from the UK and Georgia have joined us for our third and final Erasmus+RESOLVE: Equity Youth Exchange in Tbilisi.

Through different activities, participants got to know each other better, as well as found out more about the project and its objectives. In addition, participants had a group conversation with a Gender Equality professional.

In the afternoon, the participants have done a RESOLVE Scavenger Hunt.

During the second day of the Erasmus+ RESOLVE: Equity Youth Exchange in Tbilisi the participants increased their awareness and understanding of Gender Equity through the Micro-Teach Exercise.

This activity was followed by an introduction to Asfar’s Gender Sensitive Approach and the participants have done a small Gender-sensitive assessment skills workshop to increase their knowledge on how gender impacts an individual especially in developing a career in leadership and business.

During the fourth day the participants have visited Komli – a space for co-creation. Komli is a co-creation space, where visitors share the principle of “with the community”, which involves sharing and introducing knowledge about their activities and discoveries to members of the local community. Based on these ideas, the co-creation space is open to local community members, youth, researchers, artists and organizations who want to use the space: for meetings, consultations, implementation of ideas and relaxation. Participants had a chance to meet local youngsters, as well as young people from Mereti, a village near the occupied line.

On the final day of the RESOLVE: Equity youth exchange participants have done a social action on Gender Equity as well as received their Youthpasses, as well as were introduced to the 8 Key Competences.

In the afternoon they visited a Jewish youth organization Hillel, where they got to know how the local youth Jewish community is working with youngsters, what programs they offer and what kind of traditions they are practising.

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