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Report 2010 of EYP Georgia


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The Activity report of the European Youth Parliament - Georgia, for December, 2010

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Report 2010 of EYP Georgia

  1. 1. European Youth Parliament - Georgia<br /><ul><li>Activity Report by the Board of the National Committee</li></ul>December, 2010<br />
  2. 2. EYP Georgia has held a total of 18 Sessions in Georgia during 2007-2010<br />First National Session in 2007 was followed by membership of EYP family in 2008<br />4 Sessions were held in 2008 including the National Session, as well as mini sessions in Batumi, Rustavi and Tbilisi 51st Public School<br />
  3. 3. Members of EYP Georgia reached 200 active youngsters for the end of 2008<br />The first Regional Session which had to take place in Gori, Georgia was cancelled due to the war in August, 2008<br />Preparation for the first International Forum of EYP Georgia was started in late 2008<br />Activities other than regular sessions were also organized by the members, including: excursions, meetings, etc.<br />
  4. 4. 2009 was one of the most productive years in the history of EYP Georgia <br />The 3rd National Selection Conference with 120 delegates was the largest for EYP Georgia, with 9 committees and a total of 140 participants<br />The first International Forum in Batumi, organized one year after the war in Georgia, gathered 130 participants from 14 European Countries<br />Three Regional Sessions in Gori, Mtskheta and Kutaisi were also held in 2009, as well as mini Session in International Black Sea University and EYP winter Camp in Bakuriani<br />
  5. 5. The number of members of EYP Georgia exceeded 500 by the end of 2009 <br />The limit of delegates sent from Georgia on International Sessions was increased from 3 to6by the EYP International Board as a result of our activities<br />
  6. 6. In 2010 EYP Georgia became one of the leading youth organizations nationwide <br />The 4th National Selection Conference with participants from different regions was held in Georgian Parliament<br />Two new strategic plans started to get implemented more actively, including: EYP at Schools and Regional Development<br />The web page of EYP Georgia was launched with updated content, session archive, photo/video galleries, etc.<br />The interest has grown significantly towards EYP Georgia from academic institutions as well as state and private organizations<br />
  7. 7. By the end of 2010 EYP Georgia counted more than 1’000 members, representing the core of active Georgian youth<br />4th National Selection Conference and Batumi 2nd International Forum were yet one of the most successful events organized by EYP Georgia<br />The 1st Regional Session in Zugdidi was held under the motto “United Youth for Peace” taking place near the breakaway region of Georgia<br />
  8. 8. By the end of 2010 EYP Georgia counted more than 1’000 members, representing the core of active Georgian youth<br />Two more Regional Sessions in Dusheti and Borjomi were also organized in 2010<br />As well as Tbilsi City Session at Ilia State University and the School Session of EYP Georgia, with the motto: New Generation in EYP<br />
  9. 9. By the end of 2010 EYP Georgia counted more than 1’000 members, representing the core of active Georgian youth<br />Number of members has been growing more than 100% annually<br />
  10. 10. What else in 2010?<br />A renewed Charter was approved by the majority of National Committee members in the parliament of Georgia<br />United Nations “Youth Day” was celebrated for the first time by incentive of EYP Georgia on 12th August, with a conference gathering all major youth organizations<br />The first EYP Training was held in Bakuriani in Februaury<br />Regional representatives were established in Batumi, Gori, Zugdidi, Rustavi and are planned to be established in other Georgian cities as well<br />
  11. 11. What else in 2010?<br />The reorganization has been made in the management system of the organization and it is still in progress<br />Public Relations Office, Academic Level Control, Event management, Regional Development, and Fundraising are the key areas identified and managed by the board up to now<br />Any interesting idea submitted at: is welcome by EYP Georgia<br />Rolling-Basis Applications for becoming the member of National Committee has been implemented for all interested<br />
  12. 12. Imagine how hard have we tried to make all this happen,<br /> but<br />Make sure that we are currently working for much more!<br />And we are looking forward for your involvement<br />Thanks for your attention!<br /><br />GiorgiSamkharadze © EYP GEORGIA<br />