Youth and Non-formal Education

 Youth and the enhancement of non-formal education are one of the main priorities for CDD. In this regard, the organization was actively advocating engagement of youth within the four priorities outlined by Georgia under the presidency in the Council of Europe.

Our Erasmus + direction allows young people to participate in local or international training and youth exchange projects on a variety of topics.

Erasmus+ is the European Commission’s  Programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014–2020, succeeding the previous Lifelong Learning Programme. CDD is actively engaged in the KA 1 direction of Erasmus +.

Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals

  • Youth Exchange
  • Mobility of Youth Workers
  • European Solidarity Corps (ESC)

CDD hots and sends young people to participate in youth exchange programs, trainings courses, seminars, study visits, conferences, etc.

The European Solidarity Corps is an EU Youth Volunteer Program for young people (17 to 30 years old), volunteer work is fully funded by the Erasmus+ program
On the basis of this accreditation, CDD is entitled to support Georgian youth to volunteer in various European countries and also to host Europeans.