My Europe' is an interactive digital series of events that invites its guests to discover Europe.
How does it work? It's simple: We talk to young people from various countries about Europe and their personal topics of interest. The topics are as diverse as the speakers and can range from current political and social developments through culture and science to one's own commitment to greater tolerance or solidarity.
In addition to the given topic, all participants can also vote live on other topics and ask questions on the evening itself.
On 24 January, Tiko Lagvilava will take the audience on a virtual journey to Georgia
Tiko Lagvilava (19) is from Zugdidi, Georgia. An undergraduate student of Politics and Diplomacy school at New Vision University in Tbilisi, Georgia. Apart from the studies Tiko does volunteer work and tries to be an active citizen to defend democracy and promote Western values in her homeland. Singing, dancing and interacting with random people are her favorite hobbies. Tiko's general interests are democracy, civil activism, youth work and the art of enjoying life.
Participants will gain an insight into Georgia. They can actively take part in a quiz and learn more about the country.
The host is Henri Schlund, freelance journalist.
Please register via EUROPE DIRECT Aachen’s Webpage to participate in the Online-Event: https://www.europedirect-aachen.de/component/eventbooking/mein-europa/my-europe-georgia
The event partners
The series of events is free of charge and is organized by a large network: Institut Français Aachen, Karlspreisstiftung, Karlspreis Academy, and the EUROPE DIRECT centres from Aachen, Ostbelgien, Kreis Gütersloh, Dortmund, Duisburg, Essen and Bocholt.