The report of one year’s work of the National Youth and Children’s Palace was reviewed in the City Council of Tbilisi Municipality. A joint session of commissions of Education and Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs was held in Tbilisi City Council, where Deputies reviewed the report of the 2020 year work and planned projects of National Youth Palace.
The report delivered by Tinatin Rukhadze, the Director of the National Youth and Children’s Palace, was about the steps that have been taken for creating a safe learning environment for educators and teachers in pandemic conditions, as well as about accordingly equipping training spaces and strengthening distance learning. They managed the introduction of an electronic platform for students’ registration.
According to Tinatin Rukhadze, despite the pandemic in the 2020 year, 150 events were held. She mentioned several successful projects supported by Tbilisi Municipality and Council. It was the “Taoba”- International Youth Film Festival launched in 2018 by the National Youth and Children’s Palace and Culture and Education Foundation.
Georgian Festival is the only member and partner of the European Children’s Film Association and “Young Audience Award” of the European Film Academy.
Tinatin Rukhadze provided information to MPs about those large-scale infrastructure works, which is carried out in the National Youth and Children’s Palace as the building of Cultural Heritage Site, and the process didn’t stop despite the pandemic. The rehabilitation has begun of the 2-nd and the 3-rd parts of National Youth and Children’s Palace and reinforcement works of the main part of the exterior building are being carried out. The joint session was held in question-answer mode. The report submitted and reviewed was received as a notice by Deputies.