The Civil Society
Institute (CSI) has completed selecting the participants for the e-learning
program. Over 900 individuals were interested in registering for the first
learning cycle. After reviewing the applications, the Institute has selected 40
students for each course.
Field of activity was one of the selection criteria -
advantage was given to CSO representatives and students. Geographic area was
another key criterion - 75% of students registered on e-learning courses
represent various regions of Georgia.
It is possible to take e-learning courses
without registration, with a free listener's
status. Classes on e-learning.ge
take off on October 27.
Second e-learning cycle will be announced in the
We would like to remind you that e-learning.ge
offers online courses in four subjects - public policy analysis (lecturer Keti
Melikadze), research methods (lecturer Iago Kachkachishvili), public finances
(lecturers: Otar Kikvadze, Mikheil Dzagania) and advocacy/lobbying (lecturer