Youth exchange “Make Europe Hate free Again” – 24- 31 October – Rustavi, Georgia


 Dates: 24- 31 October 2019

Place: Rustavi, Georgia


-To equip involved organisations with knowledge in human rights and democratic citizenship;

-To develop critical human rights consciousness in youth workers and educators directly and their peers indirectly;

-To give training competencies to the youth workers and educators to have thorough knowledge and understanding of the discipline’s objectives and principles and appropriate teaching and learning methods.

-To develop new bottom-up approaches in human rights education and education for democratic citizenship;

-To bring an online-dimension to human rights education by creating a tool to educate, validate, recognize and reflect on the learning – to create a badge of Human Rights Ambassador (to give a better understanding visit the following link, it’s an example that we have developed last year with our partners, but only piloted:;

-To identify effective methods to increase youth participation and enchant youth workers and young people with human rights;

-To strengthen respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in youth and empower them to become active democratic citizens who stand up for human rights (HRE for Transformative Action (Monisha Bajaj – Human Rights Education: Ideology, Location, and Approaches);

-To further the activities of partner organizations aimed at the creation of a culture of peace, based upon universal values of Human Rights

-To proliferate the practices of using arts, digital technologies and online badging system in human rights education and have a long-lasting impact.

Participant profile: 

  • Young people between 18-30 years old with no age limit for the leader
  • !Only for Bulgarian participants

Partner countries: 

Bulgaria, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Finland

Accommodation and travel costs: 

The City RUSTAVI is very close to the capital – Tbilisi, there are “Marshutkas” every minute going to Tbilisi taking you there in 30-40 minutes. The city itself is quite old – first gets mentioned in 5-4 centuries B.C. but as many settlements in Caucasus, it got destroyed in 13th Century. When Soviets took over, they rebuilt the city again but in their style – economic and not so ergonomic matchbox-shaped buildings all around. They built this city so that it could accommodate workers who were working at Rustavi Metallurgic Factory. After USSR fell, the factory, like almost all the industries in Georgia, stopped, so the city quickly went to poverty. We will be accommodated in ISCR – International Scout Center Rustavi, which is on the margin of the town surrounded by a nice yard and easily connected to the capital. The lodging is more dormitory style, we will have a conference room to work together and other spaces to socialise. You can see more here: Bring towels and personal International scout center Rustavi hygienic utilities.

Contribution fee: 

Each  participant will have to contribute to the project with 20€ as a contribution fee which needs to be paid before departure.

If you are interested in and would like to take part in  please fill the from here :

Deadline: 17 July 2019

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