On Thursday 28 July 2022, the Georgian partner, the Georgian Arts and Culture Center conducted a Multiplier Event with the title “Multicultural Georgia- Challenges and Practice” in order to disseminate the results of the TOGETHER project to their local public. Coorganizers of the event were the Institute of Cultural Studies and the Faculty of Humanities Tbilisi State University.
The event was divided into two parts. After the welcoming of participants by Maka Dvalishivili, director of GACC, Xanthippi Kontogianni, project coordinator from CulturePolis got connected online and presented the context that gave birth to the TOGETHER project. After that, the experts Irina Surmanidze, Manana Tevsadze, and Eka Chitanava presented the first 2 intellectual outputs of the projects. Following them, Natia Trapaidze talked about the e-learning platform inviting the event’s attendees to register on the online course of the TOGETHER. Finally, she presented the 4th intellectual output and gave instructions on how users could make the maximum possible value from the TOGETHER’s results. The second part of the event was dedicated to the discussion of the challenges and achievements facing the multi-ethnic country of Georgia. Four speakers from different organizations presented their initiatives and discussed with the audience the importance of cultural dialogue.