Meet the CAT Fellows!

Here below you will find a portrait of the CAT Fellows who are involved in the CAT Fellowship. If you want more information about their campaigns or advocacy initiatives, do not hesitate to contact us and we will put you in touch with them!

Fellows – Spring 2019

Ani (Georgia)

“My initiative is to create a space for women to meet and engage into a dialogue to share their personal experiences. The idea is drawn from Consciousness Raising Groups (CRG) which were first introduced during the early days of Women’s Liberation Movement and have even been described as the “backbone of the women’s movement”. CRGs is the way of knowing how and what women think about the issues affecting them. The point of these meetings is to politicize the personal, speak up about the issues which are generally considered as private and draw attention to structural inequality causing these problems.”

Mabila (Azerbaijan)

“My project aims to raise awareness about the limitations women in Azerbaijan are facing and realize one possible way of fighting against it. I am going to create a safe web-platform for women in order to give them a space to share their stories. This is a small step to realize my vision: Without considering others condemnations, women can be themselves and be an inspiration for others in this regard.”

Meri (Georgia)

“My Project “Inside out – A peer education programme for intercultural learning“ will contribute to young people of Georgia to encounter themselves as global citizens, respect other cultures, feel safe and use their potential in their home country and abroad, without boundaries. Therefore, the project aims to mobilize local and international volunteers in Georgia to organize workshops for school students. We hope that supporting the internationalization of the classroom in Georgia will foster the intercultural competence development of young Georgians.”

Narmin (Azerbaijan)

“My vision is a future where young people with bright brain and full of creative ideas are motivated to pursue their own goals. That’s why I am focusing on development of entrepreneurial thought and mind-set, business, personal skills and community engagement among young people. Because youth are our future and we can’t close our eyes on their thoughts, dreams and we must open them the road to achieve their goals for better future.”

Fellows – Autumn 2019


Fellows – Spring 2020