Enhancing National Minority agenda
The project built upon the previous cooperation of OSCE HCNM and GFSIS, continues to target the lack of social and political inclusion and the absence of healthy policy debate on the issues of national minorities, thus overall contributing to good governance practices. The joint program encourages national minority community representatives and youth residing in different regions of Georgia to engage more actively in the political and policy processes through capacity-building training, informal education and networking. Young representatives of national minorities shall undergo summer schools, aiming to brainstorm on ardent, local issues, such as citizen’s engagement, education, inclusion, economics, youth affairs, and more. The youth representatives of minority communities together with the experts and relevant government agencies shall discuss the problems their respective regions face.