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Survey “Attitude of the Youth towards European Integration Process” Was Presented

22.12.2015

 
Rati Kharatishvili

On December 15, Media Development Foundation presented the report of the Survey on the Attitude of the Youth towards European Integration Process. The results of the polls conducted by the CRRC with the initiative of the Eurasian Partnership Foundation – Evaluation of the Public Attitude and Knowledge about EU – were also discussed.
 
“The survey was conducted in September and it aimed to study the attitude towards European Integration process; the respondents of the survey were people of the age from 17 to 35. In accordance to the survey results, 14% of the respondents believe they are informed about the integration issues,” chairwoman of the Media Development Foundation Tamar Kintsurashvili said.

Representatives of nongovernmental organizations and state institutions as well as representatives of the donor organizations attended the presentation.

“Today we discussed how the state communication strategy on the European Integration process shall be improved,” advisor to the East-West Management Institute Nodar Tiginashvili said.

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