Tornike Kakalashvili studies Journalism at the Georgian National University SEU. As an Erasmus + student he has studied European Studies at the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy for six months. Tornike has a working experience in the Media and NGO sector as an intern, namely, he was working for the bilingual monthly “DIPLOMAT” magazine of the Observer Media Group as a journalist intern. Besides, Tornike did his 3-months-long internship at Transparency International Georgia, the country’s leading NGO. Additionally, he was the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) volunteer in Leszno, Poland for the long-term project, where he was working for the local NGO “Fundacja CAT” in the field of non-formal education. Tornike has been serving as a Young European Ambassador from Georgia since launching the initiative. Back in 2017, he had the unique opportunity to visit Brussels, where he visited EU institutions and had meetings with key decision-makers of the EU.
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