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Closing Ceremony of the Peace-building Project "Together!"

Closing Ceremony of the Peace-building Project "Together!"On 16th June 2012 at the Business Centre "KALASI" the final presentation and the closing ceremony of the peace-building project "Together!"organized by "International Centre for Geopolitical Studies" was held. The project was implemented by non-governmental organisations "European Integration", "Society for Humanitarian Research" and "National Diplomacy Institute" with assistance of US Government will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The Georgian partner of the project "International Centre for Geopolitical Studies".

The main objectives of the project consisted in preparation of "attributes" on the topic of "Peace" (music, lyrics, logos, slogans, photos and videos) through joint work of creative groups-participants of the project. Involvement of representatives of Arts and Culture, as well as creative individuals into peace-building processes was the main aim of the project.

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The ceremony included photo exhibition of all the photos on the topics of peace.

The participants of the project, the song performers, as well as partner organisations and media partners has been awarded with special prizes and certificates signed among others by the Co-chair of OSCE Minsk Group, Ambassador Robert Bradtke too. The award certificates has been  handed in the following categories:

"The Best Slogan for Peace"

"The Best Photo for Peace"

"The Best Video for Peace"

"The Best Music for Peace"

"The Best Lyrics for Peace"

"The Best Logo for Peace"

Special Guests of awarding ceremony were  members of legendary Georgian group "Iveria".

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