“Teacher-Guide to Europe” (Georgia)

On 9-10 May 2016 Georgian teachers were invited to attend the seminar “Teacher-Guide to Europe.”

Photo: LEPL the Information Center on NATO and EU

During several sessions more than 50 teachers had the opportunity to learn more about the European project and its importance for Georgia. They discussed topics such as the Association Agreement, the Visa Liberalisation Process, human rights issues and many other topics with high-ranking decision makers and experts. The seminar was opened by State Minister of Georgia on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration David Bagradze as well as the Ambassador of the EU to Georgia Janos Herman.

Graphic: FES Georgia

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