The EU4Youth project ‘Better Skills for Better Future’ held an event in Gori, Georgia on 2 November, aiming to raise youth awareness on cyber security, equality, tax law, labour legislation and employee rights.
The event was organised by Save the Children Georgia together with the ‘Civil Forum’ and ‘Biliki’, two local non-governmental organisations .
Civil Forum and Biliki representatives disseminated information on the topics and highlighted successful cases to young people at Gori University.
The initiative aimed to provide advice to help young people take informed decisions and adopt safe behaviours on the Internet. Event facilitators first focused attention on theoretical questions, before presenting case studies and taking part in question and answer sessions.
Information about the event was disseminated through local media outlets.
The event was part of a broader campaign by the project to raise awareness about cyber security threats, equality issues, tax law, labour legislation and employee rights.
The event was organized in the scope of the EU4Youth: Better Skills for Better Future project, funded by the European Union and implemented by Save the Children International in three countries of the Eastern Partnership – Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine. Save the Children’s implementing partner in Georgia is the LEPL Youth Agency.
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