The Center for Progress is a non-governmental organization founded in 2017. The Center for Progress brings new ideas and approaches to the development of the country. The center actively works in such areas as education policy, social issues, gender and women’s rights, green issues, and many more. It is noteworthy that the ideas of the organization are always distinguished by their importance and reforms. It can be said that the center will make a great contribution to the creation of an alternative space or platform for many different groups in the country.

The Progress Center has worked on a number of projects since its inception, including the “Advocacy for Students’ Rights” Project, funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED); The project “Swim in Peace”, which was funded by the Open Society Georgia; The “Women Empowerment Network” project funded by the Netherlands Embassy of Georgia; Also, the “Minimum Wage” project, which was funded by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Georgia.

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The Center for Progress launched the “Advocacy for Students’ Rights” project in 2020 with the support of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). The main goal of the project is to promote the transformation of the existing education system and bring it closer to European standards and degrees. At the European level of education, we think about issues such as democracy in universities, the various founding models of education and science, access to education, and a long-term vision for education policy. The project is unique in that it creates a platform that discusses the problems, challenges, and ways to address the existing system. This platform will bring together thousands of students from across the country, as well as academic and scientific circles. Each of these people has the opportunity to voice out their visions and ideas that will be taken into account in each aspect of the project’s final reform.

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