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.

Latest Updates

Live Dialogue – Tactics and Strategies of Nonviolent Activism in COVID19 Pandemic

Recorded video from the CAT Conference – Live Dialogues

Live Dialogue – Competence Framework for Activists

Recorded video from the CAT Conference – Live Dialogues

Live Dialogue – Digital Orginizing and Digital Safety

Recorded video from the CAT Conference – Live Dialogues

ACTIVISTS MEET-UP: Wake Up, Kazakhstan

Recorded video from the CAT Conference – Activists Meet-up session

ACTIVISTS MEET-UP: Shame Movement, Georgia

Recorded video from the CAT Conference – Activists Meet-up session

Activist Meet-up: Tbilisi Pride, Georgia

Recorded video from the CAT Conference – Activists Meet-up session

The New Wave of Activism – by Felipe Daza Sierra

The present paper aspires to analyze new forms of activism emerging in Georgia and other countries of Eastern Europe and South Caucasus region, as well as the challenges they are confronting.

The “Oilon” Movement in Kyrgyzstan – Case Study

Two peaceful anti-corruption rallies were held in Kyrgyzstan in November and December 2019 gathering about two thousand people.