On September 7, 2020, Media Centers opened at all Centers for Civic Engagement (CCE) for the upcoming 2020 parliamentary elections.
The media centers will offer citizens, journalists, civil society organizations (CSOs), candidates, and political parties an open, neutral space for debate and dissemination of information; and facilitate interaction between candidates and their constituents, thus empowering citizens to make an informed choice at the ballot box.
In particular, the Media Centers will:
- Organize and host media briefings and pre-election debates between candidates to publicize their election platforms, engage with journalists, and respond to citizens’ concerns.
In light of the ongoing epidemic and a state of emergency in Georgia, it is critically important to provide objective information to as many citizens as possible on how to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus and mitigate its negative effects. The Centers for Civic Engagement (CCEs) have been committed to enhancing citizen awareness and participation across Georgia for over eight years now. During this period, we have reached out to and engaged a large number of community leaders, civic activists, the youth living in urban and rural areas, women, representatives of ethnic minorities, the elderly, doctors, teachers, students,
The winners of the competition "Write a Letter to a Gender-based Violence Victim" organized by the Network of Centers for Civic Engagement (NCCE) are now announced.
School students were asked to write a letter to a victim of Gender-based violance and show the empathy and support along with their advice.
A memorandum of understanding was officially signed between the Kant Academy and the Network of Centers for Civic Engagement.