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  • Go Green Action “Plant Your Future” in ISCR

    Clean, healthy action “Plant Your Future” took place in ISCR on 14th of April. The event was initiated by Georgian Organization of the Scout Movement. ISCR employees, Kvemo Kartli Organization of Scout Movement, Tbilisi scouts, Youth Initiative Regional Association “YIRA”, Parent Association of Children with Nervous Diseases and Kvemo Kartli regional television journalists were participating […]

  • Hike trip in Armazi Valley

    On 6th and 7th of April, Rustavi International Scout Centre and Kvemo Kartli Scout Organization arranged collective hike in Armazi ravine. More than forty youngsters participated in Scout hike. Backpackers covered 4km hiking path in forty minutes and camped on already chosen location. Scout Centre Rustavi staff helped inexperienced hikers in putting up the tents, […]

  • Seminar in ISCR

    International Scout Centre Rustavi accommodated representatives of 12 countries. Project covered international seminar-“Youth Policy Development-Challenges and Achievements”. The seminar in which 12 following countries: Lithuania, Latvia, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Belorussia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Romania- were participating, was financed by European Commission and supported in frames of “Youth in Action Programme”. The organization […]

  • Three-Day Training in ISCR

    Rustavi Scout Centre held three-day training on Unity in Diversity, in frames of Georgian and Swiss Scouts. Members of regional board of Kvemo Kartli, Tbilisi and regional organizations’ initiative groups were actively involved in the visit; as well as, members of Shida Kartli and Imereti. The topic of the training was the development of regional […]

  • International Scout Centre Rustavi held the project “Rustavi on Bikes”

    On March 23, the presentation of “Rustavi on Bikes” was held with the support of “Georgian Youth for Europe”. Within the project, the gathered participants used bicycles provided by Rustavi City Hall and got involved in various activities. 50 applicants were registered in the project. “Rustavi on Bikes” included activities such as: how to ride […]

  • One more visit at International Scout Centre Rustavi

    From 9th of March till 16th, International Scout Centre Rustavi hosted a group of thirty people from Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Spain, Romania and Turkey. The main theme of the project was “Minority Languages in Major Europe”. Our Centre cast arranged an introductory gathering with the group leaders and familiarized them with conditions and service suggestions. […]

  • Rediscovering our ways

    On February 17th, International Scout Centre Rustavi hosted exchange program “Rediscovering Our Ways”- groups from Estonia, Latvia and Moldova. Within our project, representatives of the different countries carried out numerous activities. The participants performed for local youth at Shota Rustaveli library. They staged flash mob on the main square of the city, in intention to […]

  • February 22, the day marked by the establishment of Scout Movement

    Scout Organizations exist in many countries, which have a specific statute and objectives. Scouting in Georgia has a two-stage history, split in the Communist era. There is evidence that in Georgian Province of Russian Empire, the prince Baratov formed a Scout unit, who had connections with the founder of Russian Scouting-Pantiukh.In Democratic Republic of Georgia, […]

  • International Scout Centre Rustavi was opened

    International Scout Centre Rustavi was opened at Balanchivadze Str. #9, Rustavi. The purpose of the centre is to give non-formal education to youth aged 13-18. By filling out applications, they will become members of the organization and participate in various activities such as: trainings on first medical aid and survival, project design, human rights, etc. […]

  • The groups from four countries in ISCR

    International Scout Centre Rustavi received a group from four countries- Georgia, Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland. After tiring travel, our Centre warmly welcomed “Green Europe” representatives and provided all the needed comfort. Everything started with introductory activities, after which they got familiar with each other. After the tour around Rustavi and introduced schedule, ISCR hosted a […]