Civics Clubs Promote Multicultural Tolerance in Georgia
On March 15, fifty-three civics clubs from Tbilisi secondary schools presented their works on good citizenship and multicultural tolerance in Georgia with USAID support. The event, attended by Ambassador John R. Bass, provided an opportunity for youths to set an example for their communities by demonstrating tolerance of diverse views and of other cultural traditions through various presentations and competitions. Several other schools in various regions will be holding similar presentations on topics including “what can I do for my community,” “healthy lifestyle,” and “youth and civic education.” USAID’s Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training (ACETT) program aims to improve the quality and scope of civic education in Georgian schools and to promote the participation of youth in Georgia’s democracy and development. The three-year $2.69 million program is implemented in nine regions and covers up to 500 schools.
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