On the 22nd of November, our esteemed International Relations teacher, Daria Paprocka, took the stage in Tbilisi to conduct a specialized training for approximately 25 young Georgian female politicians. These aspiring leaders are gearing up for the country's 2024 elections, and Daria's expertise added valuable insights to their political journey.
The training delved into critical aspects of gender in electoral processes, addressing issues such as the impact of electoral systems on women's representation in politics, the efficacy of gender quotas, and the pivotal role of political parties in championing women's political participation. This initiative was seamlessly integrated into the Young Women's Political Academy, an event meticulously organized by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.
Daria's commitment to nurturing the next generation of leaders echoes the essence of our educational ethos. For more details about this impactful project and others, follow this link: [OSCE - ODIHR Projects] (https://www.osce.org/odihr/552862).