Daily Rights aims to help Georgians to use Human Rights as their daily action plan. Lawyers and Psychologists will cooperate to consider legal and psychological aspects of HR and make European values commonplace. Participants receive opportunity to arrange small budget projects in their community.
Tbilisi, Batumi, Gori, Zugdidi, Telavi, Marneuli, Ozurgeti, Kutaisi, Mestia, Oni, Borjomi, Georgia
The major advantage of project is the process of dual method of teaching. Trainings will be held by professional lawyers and psychologists. Both legal and psychological issues of Human Rights will be discussed. Participants will also receive useful skills for planning and implementation of projects. The focus will be on methodological and practical work, as well as on the theoretical content.
Lawyers’ and psychologists’ cooperation will be a good chance for target groups to get full information about human rights. Bilateral method will be productive for other European developing countries too, as Human Rights are not organic for the countries with poor social and economical conditions. Besides, planning of small projects will give the population motion to become active citizens.
Project aims to develop civil society, advocate the notion of HR and increase legal awareness, as well as creation of Human Rights Education networks and support participants to take productive steps to solve problems in their community.
Project will be successful if:
• Participants’ knowledge and competence in fundamental principles of democracy and Human Rights improves;
• The participants become familiar with the approaches and activities of manuals on human rights education with children and young people;
• The Human Rights Education network works successfully and its members share their experience to each other in the entire territory or Georgia;
• Small budget projects will be implemented in each participant region;
• It empowers participants towards active citizenship.
The first stage of project implicates selection of participants for ToT from all regions of Georgia. Lawyers and psychologists are deemed to become trainers of HRE. Selected participants will take part in ToT of HRE. Attention will be on the theoretical content of HR as well as on planning trainings using informal methods of teaching.
Trainings about HRE will be conducted in regions of Georgia after ToT. Mixed group of local pupils, students and teachers will be trained by coupled participants of ToT; Beneficiaries of regional trainings will implement low-budget projects about HRE in their community to encourage active citizenship.
Thus, HRE network will be set up within interests of project to increase awareness of HR and support their implementation in daily lives.
• Daily Rights is based on the cooperation of lawyers and psychologists to widely consider content of HR. We would like to receive ideas which other profession involvement could make project more productive. • The beneficiaries are pupils students and teachers, how do you think who else can we add?