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Building Bridges – Georgian Diaspora for Development
Are you of Georgian origin, currently working or studying in Germany, and interested in return to Georgia for getting a job?
Or are you a member of a Georgian migrant organization interested in networking and learning more about different possibilities of non-profit engagement in Georgia?
If you can affirm either of these questions, you might be interested in taking part in our upcoming event entitled Building Bridges – Georgian Diaspora for Development, which will be held on the 11th and 12th of March 2016 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
This two day event consists of a diaspora conference on day one and an open Job Fair on day two. The diaspora conference will bring together Georgian migrant organizations from Germany, Austria and Italy as well as relevant representatives of Georgian state institutions mandated to deal with diaspora issues. While the diaspora conference focuses on different aspects of diaspora centered initiatives in Georgia, the job fair seeks to match qualified Georgians wishing to return to Georgia with Georgian employers for the purpose of encouraging the return of qualified Georgians and ensuring thought-out migration decisions.
If you are representing a Georgian migrant organization from Germany, Austria or Italy and would like to participate in the diaspora conference on March 11th 2016, please write an email expressing your interest to: migration-georgia(at)cimonline.de.
Georgians interested in attending the Job Fair on March 12th 2016 are kindly asked to fill out the registration form, which you can find below this post, and submit it to the same address: migration-georgia(at)cimonline.de. Please keep in mind that participation in the diaspora conference is only open to representatives of Georgian diaspora organizations, while all Georgians currently residing in Germany are heartily invited to partake in the Job fair.
Please check back regularly for updated information on the event!
You can download the registration form here.
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