Community Action Training

The Community Action Training programme (CAT) is a civil society project building capacity of young activists and leaders from the Eastern Partnership region and beyond in advocacy and campaigning for nonviolent social transformation.

Recent Activities

CAT fellows attended a 2-weeks job shadowing in partner organisations in Malaga (Spain) and Jelgava (Latvia) to explore activism and campaigning. Find more about the programme and results of the international mobility under CAT Fellowship.

E-Journal on Activism

Campaign to Save Gudiashvili Square

magda Jul 04, 2019

This case study presents the “Save Gudiashvili Square” campaign implemented by Tiflis Hamkari from 2009–2015. (more…)

Campaign to Protect Vake Park in Tbilisi – Case Study

CAT admin Jun 04, 2019

 The case of Vake Park is one of the successful cases of urban activism in Tbilisi. In…

Campaign to save Batumi Boulevard – Case Study

magda Mar 11, 2018

This article presents the civic campaign conducted in 2015–2016 to save Batumi Boulevard, the most significant recreational…