Brave Kids Georgia 2017

Brave Kids Georgia 2017

18th-29th of August, Samtskhe-Javakheti Region

Our project is growing bigger and bigger every year, with many different countries and artistic groups involved. Our aim is to bring Brave Kids to different cities of the world. This year, together with Samtskhe-Javakheti Regional Association “Toleranti” and World Vision Georgia, we are preparing the second edition of Brave Kids Georgia. Kids from Israel, Iran, Russia, Poland and Georgia will meet from the 18th of August till the 29th of August in a camp in the middle of a beautiful forest near Borjomi town. Through workshops led by Polish and Georgian artistic instructors they will increase their confidence and skills and make new friends. At the end of the project they will present their final show in the Drama Theatre, sharing their message of peace, empathy and friendship.

Watch our video or help us gathering funds for Brave Kids Georgia 2017.


Artistic Groups

Iran: Donya Children’s Research Institute

Israel: Ukuleles for Peace

Poland (Krakow): Dance Effort

Poland (Wałbrzych): Wałbrzyska Szkoła Talentów

Georgia (Borjomi): Shevardeni

Georgia (Adigeni): Zarzma


Brave Kids Team

Iwona Stankova Brave Kids Program Manager

Tsira Meskhishvili Head of Samtskhe Javakheti Regional Association "Toleranti"

Mary Sadowska Artistic Instructor

Liako Gogidze Artistic Instructor



16 August (Wednesday) – Brave Kids Team meeting

18 August (Friday) – arrivals (Iran, Israel)

19 August (Saturday) – arrivals (Cracow - Poland, Zarzma - Georgia) / afternoon picnic / Georgian day

20 August (Sunday) – integration 

21 August (Monday) -  integration, arrivals (Walbrzych - Poland) / rehearsal for group performances

22 August (Tuesday) – workshops  / Iranian day / International evening for children, leaders, staff 

23 August (Wednesday) – workshops/ Israeli day | workshops for local children

24 August (Thursday) – workshops / Polish day | workshops for local children

25 August (Friday) – workshops / optional parade | workshops for local children

26 August (Saturday) – day off

27 August (Sunday) - workshops | leaders program: plans for future

28 August (Monday) – rehearsal / final performance at the theatre in Akhaltsikhe / parade to Rabati Castle at 19:30

29 August (Tuesday) – farewell picnic / departures | evaluation