Training in Georgia: how to run successful civic campaigns
February 10, 2022

Training in Georgia: how to run successful civic campaigns

The EU Delegation to Georgia invites anyone interested in how to run successful civic campaigns to address pressing societal issues to take part in a specialised training programme.

During the training, participants will learn more about concepts, approaches, best practices, tools and tips on campaign development. 

The Community Action Training (CAT) programme is organised by the Consultancy and Training Centre (CTC) as part of the EU-funded STAR initiative.  

The training will take place over five weeks (in March and April) in a hybrid format: four weeks of online sessions and five days of training face-to-face. 

The programme also offers graduates the opportunity to participate in a micro-grant competition; each initiative will be funded with the equivalent of €3,000 in GEL.

The deadline for applications is 20 February.

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February 20, 2022



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