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On May 9, Kote Marjabnishvili State Drama Theatre hosted the beneficiaries of the project “Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with the Law in Georgia.” The participants of the event visited the museum, where they had an opportunity to get acquainted with historic facts about the theatre and artists, see stage attributes and try on outfits from famous plays. The youngsters also attended a performance based on Shakespeare’s play “As you like it”. This initiative serves the purpose of promoting interest in art among juveniles and encouraging them to join cultural and recreational programs.

The project is implemented by CiDA in partnership with the Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) and aims to prevent juvenile crime. The project is funded by the European Union.

Tuesday, 09 May 2017 00:00
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On May 29, juveniles engaged in the project “Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with the Law in Georgia” and beneficiaries of the Caritas Georgia’s Daycare Center for marginalized groups of children organized an eco-friendly gathering. The children cleaned the area surrounding the daycare center, discussed the importance of environmental protection, and participated in fun exercises. The goal of the activity was to develop citizens’ civic responsibility and support the forming of values in environmental protection.

The project “Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with the law in Georgia” is being implemented by CiDA in partnership with the Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) and with the support of the European Union. The purpose of the project is to prevent juvenile crime through the development of policies, improving existing practices, and providing individual and/or group rehabilitation, sports activities, and cultural and recreation services.

Monday, 29 May 2017 00:00
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On June 11, the National Boxing Team of Georgia hosted beneficiaries of the NGO CiDA’s project for Juveniles. At the event, the teenagers were able to attend the team’s European Championship training session, talk to the boxers, get information about boxing as a sport, and engage in light boxing practice with the boxers and coaches.

The captain of the national team, Mikheil Bakhtadze, and European Boxing Champion, Nikoloz Begadze, shared with the youngsters their experiences of achieving success in boxing. In response, the juveniles wished success to the members of the boxing national team in the European Championship.

The meeting was aimed at promoting interest in sports among youngsters, popularizing healthy lifestyles, and encouraging them to participate in sports activities.

The event was implemented in partnership with the Freethinkers Club and Georgian National Federation of Boxing in the framework of the project “Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with the law in Georgia”. The project is being implemented in partnership with the Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) with the support of the European Union.

 

Monday, 12 June 2017 00:00
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On June 21, in the framework of the project “Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with Law in Georgia”, a meeting was organized with the head of the literature studio of Writer’s House, Mana Begiashvili. During the event, juveniles were introduced to the establishment, its history, and other interesting details. The juveniles had an opportunity to write short stories/miniatures, share their work with the participants of the event, and receive writing feedback from Begiashvili.

The meeting served to encourage young people to cultivate their interest in culture and art, practice their writing skills, and develop the cognitive skills of the participants.

The project “Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with the Law in Georgia” is implemented in partnership with the Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT), with the support of the European Union.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 00:00
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