The three-day training on Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management, which was implemented by our Consortium member the Centre for European Perspective has come to a successful end! Over the past three days, the training participants from the European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia and the European Union Delegation in Georgia took part in interactive lectures, which provided them with knowledge and understanding of the most pertinent digital communications aspects and challenges as well as good practices from practitioners.
We would like to thank the Centre for European Perspective for organising and implementing this training and commend the participants for their inspiring and proactive participation as well as wish them many engagements in their digital communications endeavours! In addition, we would like to extend our gratitude to the speakers who have provided the training participants with invaluable insights into their experiences in digital communications.
This training represents the first module of the training on Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management. The second module will be implemented in a residential format and is expected to take place sometime in the spring of 2022. We’re looking forward to the implementation of the second training module and seeing our fantastic participants!