Within the framework of Erasmus + program’s Jean Monnet projects, Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) continues holding the series of seminars about the EU. The latest event was held in Tbilisi and it was tailored for the journalists and students from the media schools.
Kakha Gogolashvili (Rondeli Foundation), Ivane Chkhikvadze (Open Society Georgia Foundation), Sergi Kapanadze (GRASS), Levan Makhashvili (Parliament of Georgia), Eka Akobia (Caucasus University) and Paata Gaprindashvili (GRASS) spoke to the media representatives about the issues pertaining to the EU. During the discussion, current issues as well as expectations in the context of the upcoming December 15 Eastern Partnership Summit were covered.
The next round of the EU-related seminars will be held for students on December 21-22.
The project is co-funded under the Erasmus + program and it aims at enhancing knowledge and awareness about the EU.