Lecturer of the Traveling University - Irakli Iremadze
Meet the professors of the Traveling University.
Through this rubric, they will tell us about their lectures, student engagement, and the importance of a Traveling university.
The second guest of the column is the coordinator and Lecturer of Traveling University, historian Irakli Iremadze.
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The Traveling University is a civic education platform established by the United Nations Association of Georgia (UNA Georgia) as part of the EU-supported project “Local Investments in Networks for Knowledge and Skill-share” (LINKS).
Lectures are held in about 90 villages and small towns of Georgia, and young people attend meetings on various topics.
Within the project, lectures on various interesting topics are given by successful professors and lecturers.
The “Local Investments in Networks for Knowledge and Skill-share” (LINKS) project is implemented by the United Nations Association of Georgia (UNAG) and Open Society Foundation Georgia (OSGF). The project is funded through the EU's larger “Skills4Jobs” program, which aims at assisting thousands of Georgians in finding jobs by enhancing high-quality vocational education, improving lifelong learning opportunities, and supporting entrepreneurship.