Georgia: CENN organises climate change camp for young women

Georgia: CENN organises climate change camp for young women


The Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN), within the EU-funded Georgia Climate Action Project, has announced a call for women and youth to participate in the thematic climate change camp.

Participants will learn about the human rights-based approach, climate change and its causes, climate change mitigation and effective adaptation, as well as effective water management and energy efficiency.

At the end, participants will develop four joint initiatives to promote youth and women’s activism on climate change.

Women and young people aged 15-35, living in the municipalities of Gurjaani, Sagarejo, Akhmeta (Kakheti Region), Zestaponi, Tkibuli, Chiatura (Imereti Region), Lanchkhuti and Ozurgeti (Guria Region) are invited to participate in the camp.

The camp is scheduled for 6-11 September 2022

The deadline for applications is 8 July.

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CLOSING DATE

July 8, 2022

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