EYP Georgia

EYP Georgia is an official member of EYP family since 2008.

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We have kicked off our Outreach Weekend in Mtskheta and Kaspi last week, and now we are hosting yet another event in Samtredia and Senaki on April 20-21!

We are happy to announce the team of organisers led by Lana Bilanishvili, and the trainers led by Mariam Pagava! These exceptional individuals have been working on the project for the past months! We wish them the best of luck!

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The first Outreach Weekend of EYP Georgia in 2019 was conducted in the historically-laden Mtskheta and the neighbouring Kaspi. Outreach Weekends were mostly set in the native language of the delegates, as to widen the range of understanding and secure productivity. The delegates were introduced to the rudiments of EYP and EU issues and through a day of hefty training and interactive projects, they were encouraged to participate in larger-scale events of EYP to find and develop themselves.

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Our great pleasure to announce the President and the Editor of Zugdidi Regional Selection Conference 2019 of EYP Georgia. The session will be hosted by the city of Zugdidi from 24th to 27th of May.

We are certain, that these special individuals will provide productive output on the session and wish them the best of luck!

Join their team as an Editorial Assistant or Journalist, Vice-president or a Chairperson,

Follow the link to fill in the applications: https://bit.ly/2Dhc4Yc

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The first Outreach Weekend of EYP Georgia was conducted in the historically-laden Mtskheta and the neighbouring Kaspi. Outreach Weekends were mostly set in the native language of the delegates, as to widen the range of understanding and secure productivity. The delegates were introduced to the rudiments of EYP and EU issues and through a day of hefty training and interactive projects, they were encouraged to participate in larger-scale events of EYP to find and develop themselves.

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We are launching the call for delegates for Valencia 2019 - 90th International Session of the European Youth Parliament! The Session will take place from 27 July to 4 August 2019 in Valencia, the third largest city in Spain.

Make sure to apply through the link: http://bit.ly/2Z5p38C

Deadline: April 21, 23:59 GET

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We are thrilled to announce the media team of Outreach Weekends 2019 of EYP Georgia! Led by Daylen Rory Evanmire, these two bright individuals will deliver outstanding output from our projects in Mtskheta-Kaspi and Samtredia-Senaki!

We wish them the best of luck!

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Mtskheta-Kaspi Outreach Weekend 2019 is approaching, thus we would like to announce the members of these two teams! These dedicated individuals have been working hard to make the even possible!

As you already know, the organisers will be led by Elene Kalandadze, and Tamta Tsveraidze will be in charge of the team of trainers! We wish them the best of luck!

Stay tuned for more information!

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Prior to the session’s end, media team of Batumi Regional Selection Conference 2019 presents its final project, the farewell video, ripe with memories and pleasant moments all of the participants shared and will not forget anytime soon.

We hope to see all of you again!

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Batumi Regional Selection Conference 2019 is over, and we would like to thank all the participants of the session, making the event unforgettable! We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the sponsors and the supporters of the session! Your contribution helped us to shape the session! Thank you for your involvement and we hope for further cooperation in future!

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Gavin, the first-time official at an EYP session finds it hard to get around and help out. Most people have trouble realising that he just simply lacks limbs, but still has the motivation to help, yet no matter what he does - things just don't seem to work out and instead of helping, things get worse. Yet in EYP, things have a tendency to work out, especially when you are in a team.

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