English Clubs is an initiative that will develop young people’s skills so that they have access to stronger employment opportunities in the future. It also aims to increase understanding and acceptance of tolerance, mutuality, dialogue and gender equality among the wider community which will support broadening of horizons of young people and being open diverse views and opinions.
In Georgia, two new English Clubs were established in 2018-19 in Rukhi and Tkviavi Community Centres of the Public Service Development Agency.
English Clubs are fully funded by the UK Government. British Council is partnering with the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports; Ministry of Justice; State Ministry for Reconciliation and Civic Equality; Public Service Development Agency, National Centre for Teacher Professional Development and English Teachers Association of Georgia to implement the project and to contribute to the security and stability in the remote communities of Georgia.