On May 26-29 of 2017 spring session of NATO Parliamentary Assembly was held in Tbilisi, Georgia. Volunteers of the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Georgia (YATA Georgia) actively contributed to organizing the session.
On the 20th of May 2017, students from the border villages of Gori district – Zemo Nikozi and Ditsi public schools visited Tbilisi. They had study visits at Tbilisi Technopark and Presidential Palace. At the end of the day Information More
The forum covered a broad range of topics, including security and police cooperation as well as strategic military and political coordination.
On 12th of May Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Georgia held a training for members and membership candidates at Free University. More
Current security challenges and how effective public diplomacy can contribute to addressing them were in the main focus of the Public Diplomacy Forum held in Tbilisi on 10-11 April. Discussions covered a range of topics including hybrid war, strategies to counter propaganda, strategic communications and the role of social media. More
Within the framework of the NATO days 2017, on the 7th of April 2017 YATA Georgia’s Executive Director Rati Bakhtadze and Analytical Manager Tamuna Jibuti delivered a lecture-training in Bolnosi N5 and More
Within the framework of the NATO days 2017, on the 6th April, 2017 YATA Georgia’s Executive Director Rati Bakhtadze and Analytical Manager Tamuna Jibuti delivered a lecture-training in Bolnosi N1, N2 and N3 schools about NATO, More
NATO days in Georgia will be held for the tenth time this year! On the 1st April 2017 volunteers of “The Information Centre on NATO and EU “ and members of youth non-governmental organizations, More
On the 7th of March 2017 Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Georgia (Yata Georgia) organized a public discussion: “Cyber security challenges in Georgia and in the world”. More