Autumn School “Participatory Politics – Engaging national minorities”

2022 / 10 / 07

Autumn School

“Participatory Politics – Engaging national minorities”


19-22 November, 2022


The Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GFSIS) is pleased to announce the call for applications for“Participatory Politics – Engaging National Minorities” Autumn school.

Program aims to encourage participation of the national minorities in the political processes, support policy discussions with the representatives of political parties, to raise awareness on the existing challenges and overall contribute to the good governance practices.

During the program the participants will gain theoretical and practical knowledge regarding policy analysis, advocacy and the engagement of national minorities in politics. The participants will have the opportunity to meet with the representatives and leaders of various political parties and Government officials to discuss the existing issues facing the national minorities and future plans.

National minority representatives residing in the regions of Georgia as well as Tbilisi aged 18-28 are welcome to apply.

Expenses related to accommodation, food and transportation are covered by Rondeli Foundation.

The Autumn School Period: 19-22 November, 2022

Venue: Tbilisi, Rondeli Foundation, Shio Chitadze Street 3a

Working Language: Georgian

Who can participate: - National minority active youth representatives residing in Georgia, ages between 18-28

How to apply: Interested candidates are kindly asked to send the filled application form at the following e-mail: [email protected]; Please indicate in the subject line the name of the project.

Application form: Application Link

Deadline for receiving applications: 4 November, 2022

Shortlisted candidates will undergo an interview.  

For additional information please contact the Project Coordinator – Sofi Bokuchava: Tel - 2 47 35 55;  E-mail: [email protected]

The project is implemented with the support and active participation of OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities (HCNM). 

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