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The color of our post-pandemic world must be green

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it should be that we cannot continue to violate the limits of our natural world without risking our human…


The color of our post-pandemic world must be green

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it should be that we cannot continue to violate the limits of our natural world without risking our human health and well-being.  


21st Century Skills for Tackling Urban Challenges

Connecting learning with life outside the classroom - Rustavi schoolchildren research and communicate solutions to real-life challenges.  


Building a climate-resilient country

Georgia is creating a national model of climate resilience to provide direct protection to more than 1.7 million people, or almost half the population.  


Let’s Play the City Game

Testing a board game to engage the unusual suspects in urban development.  


Women need technology and technology needs more women – so let’s make it happen

Women need technology because today the industry is the most promising, global, fastest developing market for the best paid, creative and interesting jobs.  


Breaking through stereotypes

Reflections from Georgia's first National Conference on Gender Equality in Local Self Governance.  


Raising Women’s Voices in the Parliament

Overcoming challenges faced by Georgian women on their way to politics.  


Youth and Open Government

Georgia makes good progress to open and transparent governance, and youth is eager to take part.  


Designing a city for people not cars

A story of Batumi, the first green city in Georgia.  


What may happen if there is more garbage than trees?

We asked about responsible production and consumption and got an answer from a 10-year old.  

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