Ketevan TVILDIANI, Georgia
PROJECT: Fostering Engagement of Youth with Disabilities in Arts and Culture

Experienced in working with Local and international non-governmental organizations. Ketevan is a project coordinator at civil society organization ‘Development and Engagement Platform’. The organization aims to promote an inclusive environment and raise awareness of the socio-political involvement of vulnerable groups. Before joining ‘Development and Engagement Platform’ Ketevan worked for the British Council in Georgia. Within the framework of the British Council’s programme “Unlimited: Making the Right Moves” Ketevan cooperated with both local and international cultural and non-governmental organizations and youth with disabilities.

Ketevan has also experience of working with LEPL Creative Georgia, where she coordinated various projects since 2021. In 2021 Ketevan coordinated the project “Supporting Inclusivity in Culture” which was implemented by LEPL Creative Georgia with the financial support of the British Council in Georgia.

Ketevan holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Philology from Batumi State University and Master’s degree in Sociology from Batumi State University. In 2017 Ketevan won Erasmus+ Scholarship and studied at Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, Austria for the Summer Semester.

“Arts and culture should be accessible to everyone. The active involvement of youth with disabilities in the field of arts and culture will contribute to the strengthening, inclusion and equality of the sector.” – Ketevan TVILDIANI

Fostering Engagement of Youth with Disabilities in Arts and Culture

Fellowship Summary: The Fellowship project aims to advocate for the rights of young people with disabilities and develop recommendations for state and cultural organisations.

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Fellowship Programs 2023
Country Georgia
Areas of Interest Capacity development
Topics Human rights
Youth empowerment
Project duration August 2023 – March 2024