I am a bachelor’s student at Tbilisi State University, where I am studying International Relations at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences. Moreover, I am very interested in gender equity and feminism, and would like to study gender studies for my master’s. I have been volunteering since 2011 and am currently a volunteer at the Georgia Red Cross Society, the Erasmus Student Network Tbilisi ISU and the Association of European Studies for the Caucasus. I travel a lot for projects and workshops and meet lots of young people every year. It is my favourite thing to do. I strongly believe that informal education plays a huge role in developing unique critical thinking, which is necessary for becoming a good professional and a good person. It helps you to develop a positive attitude towards many things, become more tolerant and gain new skills. Good networking is very important in the modern world. Being a YEA is a big challenge for me, as well as a fascinating opportunity to meet more people and talk to them about the EU, Euro-integration and breaking stereotypes surrounding these issues. I believe that Georgia has the same values as the EU and will one day become a member of the EU family.
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