• On September 23-24, UNICEF hosted the Second International Conference on Mainstreaming Children’s Rights into University Education Programs and Programs in Batumi; UNICEF Regional Director for Europe and Central Asia Ms. Afshan Khan also attended the conference – please see MONTHLY MONTHLY on page 5.
• Children’s Rights Centers, knowledge hubs of six state universities have initiated activities to create and disseminate knowledge on children’s rights, including during emergencies.
• UNICEF and GeoStat presented the results of the fourth wave of the real-time monitoring survey on the effects of COVID-19 on Georgian households.
• UNICEF, in collaboration with the Association of Young Economists of Georgia (AYEG), launched a study on the goods and services needed for the social inclusion of children with disabilities.
• In its partnership with the government on the fight against lead exposure, UNICEF supported a 5-day capacity building workshop for the staff of the Chemical Risk Factors Research Laboratory on the use of the spectrometer. atomic absorption.
• UNICEF, in collaboration with the Global Psychiatry Initiative, celebrated World Mental Health Day and launched a project “Supporting adolescent mental health as they return to school during COVID-19” in Batumi.
• With the support of UNICEF, the Office of the Public Defender, on the initiative of the European Network of Ombudsmen for Children (ENOC), carried out an impact assessment on the rights of the child (CRIA) linked to the COVID-19.
• UNICEF, in collaboration with the Embassy of France, organized a 2-day meeting for judges to initiate a dialogue on the introduction of the concept of juvenile judge in the Georgian justice system and to get acquainted with it. the French model.
• As part of its advocacy campaign to reduce the digital divide and the learning crisis, UNICEF is piloting a model of using computer labs for two public schools for children without Internet access and / or electronic devices. so that they can continue their education.