The Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies (GISS) in cooperation with Collegium Civitas (Warsaw, Poland), with funding from Black Sea Trust is implementing an educational programme entitled: “TRASC 2 – Europe – What Next? Transformational Leadership and Confidence Building for Young Professionals”. The programme will take place in October in Tbilisi. All costs related to participation (travel, accommodation, meals etc.) will be covered by the organizers.
TRASC 2 is a three-day educational programme geared to confidence building that will bring together young people from the three South Caucasus countries and Poland to develop their skills to become ‘transformational leaders’ in the region and beyond. The programme also aims to enhance cooperation at regional and European levels by nurturing empathy and consensus building and by improving the quality of debate on European integration. TRASC 2 will develop young peoples’ knowledge of and capacity to critically engage with the EU integration process and its implications and opportunities especially for the South Caucasus and Eastern Partnership (EaP).
Time and place: 2-6 October 2019, Tbilisi, Georgia
Eligibility and Selection Criteria
- Student of Collegium Civitas
- Interest in political, economic and social developments in Central Europe, EU issues, the South Caucasus or the Eastern Partnership.
- Fluency in English
All costs related to participation (travel, accommodation, meals etc.) will be covered by the organizers.
To apply for the program, please send your CV and a single page essay in English answering the question “What are the main strengths and weaknesses of the Eastern Partnership” to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org by August 20, 2019. Please, include the following text in the e-mail subject: “TRASC”.
Please, note that only selected applicants will be contacted.
Download the Call for Application here.