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"Unemployment and its solutions through the eyes of young people" – a round table meeting on this topic was conducted by Tskhaltubo group of Young Leaders School.

Participants talked about the problems they face. They said that even higher education does not guarantee employment, which creates serious problems - unemployment is directly linked to conflict, violence and other negative factors.

Attendees mentioned that while finding jobs young people need to better show their capacities. They talked about the importance of professional re-training. They also said about on-line work, that is still new for us, but investigation of this space will help to overcome many problems of young people.

Early marriages pose serious problems – said participants of the roundtable meeting in Senaki.

Members of the School of Young Women Leaders and other participants of the meeting said that negative results of early marriages are mainly reflected on girls: they may not get education and be dependent on others financially and morally. These problems often create conflicts and lead to divorces.

Participants emphasized that such kind of meetings raise awareness of young people.


The project is implemented with the support of Kvinna till Kvinna,

 women’s Foundation (Sweden)

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The radio program of Fund "Sukhumi" summarized the 16-day campaign.

What showed intense public discussions, the situation in terms of women’s protection from gender-based violence – the radio program tells us about wide-scaled actions of the Fund, round tables, civil debates, and informational meetings.

The program highlighted the activities undertaken by the fund where was well revealed the willingness of local government to particulate in violence prevention and protection of victims.

According to respondent’s estimation of the program the scale of the campaign is growing every year, and the unity of society in being irreconcilable to violence against women is more visible.


The project is implemented with the support of the organization Brot

 für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklunsdienst (Germany)

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The second programme for the cycle "Peace in the home, peace in the world” was transferred on air of  the TV company "Rioni”. The programme summarized the results of an informational campaign.

What the resonance of the informational campaign was; what situation was revealed by the survey, informational meetings, public discussions, topics that directly correspond to the spirit of the campaign, how productive was cooperation with various community groups, how the ruling circles and mass media were included in the campaign - these and other issues were discussed by the participants of the telecast, including staff members of the Fund, representatives of society, members of local government of Khoni and Kutaisi.

Particular attention was paid to the civil forum, organized by the Fund "Sukhumi" on December 9, in Kutaisi with the participation of representatives of the legislative and executive power of Western Georgia, NGOs, media where they determined forms of participation of local authorities in the prevention of violence against women and girls and assistance to victims and the prospects for cooperation in the non-governmental sector, other local institutions.

"We should welcome the fact that the main legislative body of the country in parallel with the ongoing discussions in the local government comprehends implementation of appropriate policies and practices relating to the elimination of violence, since the existence of the law is not only "turning on the green light", but without existing of the correct approaches to the problem and the relevant resources it is impossible to solve the problem” - said participants of the programme.

The radiobroadcast of the radio "Rioni", which covered many interesting and relevant issues was devoted to the active inclusion of Fund "Sukhumi" in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence Campaign.


The project is implemented with the support of the organization Brot

 für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklunsdienst (Germany)

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Psychologists of Fund "Sukhumi” worked actively during the 16 days of the campaign against violence. On the first day of the campaign a group meeting of the psychologist with women was held in the village Khurcha. Then there were held meetings in collective centres, individual consultations. A meeting with adolescents in one of the social orphanages of Kutaisi was especially interesting.

Adolescents cannot properly control their emotions. That’s why they need psychological help and support, they need individual approach. The work with them was carried out through the method of art-therapy – they drew their emotions, dreams and aims. Initially they could not tune in, but then they drew with all their heart, they were happy that they managed it…

The project is implemented with the support of the organization Brot

 für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklunsdienst (Germany)

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Participation in the projects of Fund "Sukhumi" is important for them.

Activities carried out in the fund have changed their lives.

They have become more active and their motivation has increased.

The project "Strengthening women's voices in decision-making” supported by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs was especially interesting for them.

They are many, but in the journal "Women's Voice" are published stories about nine of them – active women who are not satisfied by their achievements and strive for great success ...


The project is implemented with the support of the Swiss

 Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

Category: Informational bulletin | Views: 325 | Added by: admin | Date: 10.12.2013

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