The Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Georgia (YATA Georgia) invites motivated, active girls from the regions or the capital interested in politics and security to participate in the Women, Peace, Security (WPS) project. Girls of IX-XII grades can participate in the project.
The cycle of lectures of the 3-week educational program, which is connection with the 2008 Russia-Georgia war has ended. The project was developed by YATA Georgia for the students from the region or the capital. The aim of the project “Chronicles of the August War” is to raise the awareness of schoolchildren about the August war, to get acquainted with the situation in the Russian hybrid war and the occupied territories, as well as to develop critical analysis skills.
On 12 July, Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Ben Hodges l discussed Russian hybrid warfare and NATO’s deterrence posture.
The meeting t is organized by the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Georgia (YATA Georgia) that aims to increase awareness about NATO and NATO-Georgia relations and supports extensive research on the security issues in the region.