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27.02.2017

Interview with Tengiz Gagoshidze, the founder of the Tkibuli Literature Café

"To do the work that you enjoy - is the greatest source of

pleasure for a human being; and if community also benefits from your work, then you're really happy." Tengiz Gagoshidze                 Author: Ramaz Chichinadze                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tell us briefly about yourself, your experience of working with the youth

 

- The Communist dictatorship arose the rebellious spirit in me. There has not been a single significant episode in the life of the country, without me standing on the front line. Upon reaching middle age, I started to ponder over my past life; I've come to realize that our generation failed to bring about any fundamental change. Right at that age, I set my mind on dedicating the rest of my life to the next generations, to the hope that maybe they will be able to change the things we have failed to change...

 

How and when did your collaboration with "People in Need" start?

 

- I learned about PIN back in 2008; by that time, the organization had already carried out a number of economic development and charitable activities in our district. I am much grateful to Keti Gotsiridze, ex-Head of Tkibuli District Development Fund, who helped me to get in touch with PIN. At that time, our cooperation began with People in Need funding youth newspaper "Sunny Night" - a project which I planned to implement through the Youth House; however, I was dismissed from the House, where I used to supervise children's "Club of Free Thinkers" for the salary equivalent to $ 5. It is not difficult to guess how important trust and support of PIN were for me. When after getting one-time funding I proceeded with publication of the newspaper, PIN funded a couple of other projects under the auspices of the newspaper...

 

How did the idea of the Literature Café emerge? How was it formed?

 

- In Tkibuli at the time, we had no movie theaters while young people were less interested in the theater; the city had no cultural and recreational park, young people were deprived of an opportunity to exchange ideas between each other. Having a successful experience with the youth newspaper, I was deeply convinced in the potential of young people; I came to the conclusion that it was necessary to establish a common space, where ideas could emerge through creative thinking. Having visited literature cafes in Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi while working on the newspaper "Sunny Night", I used to put the following question in bold in each publication -"and what about Tkibuli?!". But for many years, my attempts bore no results 


In 2014, People in Need started to implement one of the most prominent projects in Imereti region. The idea was to establish cooperation between the local authorities and the non-governmental organizations. Right then I wrote a project on "Literature Café". Recalling an episode from the movie of the Czech director, Milos Forman, I would say: "at least I tried, unlike others" ... the attempt turned out highly successful. I'm happy that today I can hear even PIN say that this is one of the most successful projects, which I believe brought fundamental changes throughout the whole region ...

 

You mentioned fundamental changes; in your opinion, what are the changes the Literature Café brought to the life of the youth in Tkibuli and nearby villages?

 

- I can boldly state that, first of all, we have changed the mindset of children, young people. They already know that in Tkibuli, there are people around thinking about their rights, their responsibilities and benefits; that it is essential for the country, for its prosperous future. The vast majority of the society has realized important role played by non-governmental organizations to change things for the better; people have also understood that involvement of all members of society is of utmost importance...

 

What kind of activities do you perform and how many young people are regularly involved in activities organized by the Literature Café?

 

- Let me once again emphasize that creative thinking is crucial for all aspects of human life. In the Literature Café, we discuss works of outstanding writers, organize film screenings and follow-up discussions, we hold literature and photo contests, invite popular guests who represent role models for young people, we organize meetings with non-governmental organizations ...

 

In Tkibuli Literature Café we have more than 60 active young people as permanent members, another 40 people get involved in various activities on a periodic basis. Given widespread migration of the youth and overall depopulation of the region, this is not a low number. A lot of young people from rural settlements show their willingness to engage in activities of the Literature Café; as transportation costs pose a major challenge for them, we try to pay for their transportation with our own funds. Unfortunately, due to tight resources, we manage to bring school children to the Literature Cafe just from nearby villages of Tkibuli.

 

Meantime, I would like to add that Literature Café is remarkable for its positive atmosphere;, that contributed to the building of friendship and team spirit among the students of various regional schools, who, most likely, will generate a lot of positive changes in the future.

 

To your mind, what do young people lack in Tkibuli and in the region in general?

 

- Let me cite words of one famous writer. When asked what he thought of the young people, he said: youth is the period when you want everything and do not have even half of it... And indeed, youth is the period when one has most of the demands. But, I think, the previous question will help me to give an answer: we ought to help young people to unfold their potential, to use their skills; all we need is to give guidance, everything else does not matter; parents today put aside personal wants and desires in order to focus on the needs of their children. So, let them use us, the ones, who care about them...

 

As far as I know, Literature Café still actively cooperates with the local government of Tkibuli

 

- From the very outset, the local government officially committed itself to co-financing the project of the Literature Café, and indeed Tkibuli Municipality conducted necessary repair works in the area designated for the Literature café. Later on, the local government financed introduction of two staff positions, thus ensuring proper operation of the new place.

 

The local government still keeps on paying for administrative expenses of the Literature Café (electricity, water, Internet, stationery). The local authorities demonstrate particular attention and interest when we request funding for our new ideas or various activities. In fact, they have never refused to stand by us. Most importantly, the Literature Café in Tkibuli enjoys continuous moral support from the side of the municipal government. Its representatives attend almost all of our events. They help us to establish connections - with relevant persons or organizations.

 

Just recently, we have drafted a project on the possibilities of renovating the Literature Café and searching for new resources. While the budget did not include co-financing from the local government, they expressed the willingness to offer support in handling technical issues. I cannot help emphasizing that the project run by PIN, which envisaged fostering of cooperation between local authorities as well as CSOs through advisory committees, laid the foundation for such positive and constructive relationships...

 

To your mind, would it be possible to introduce Literature Café in other municipalities as well?

 

- It is not just possible but absolutely required... Imagine a monolithic organization, such as PIN, circumscribing its activities just to the Czech Republic or operating just in Tbilisi or even in Kutaisi? Would not one have a sense of dissatisfaction? It is required to start analogues of the literature cafe in many places to have an opportunity to exchange ideas, communicate with each other, attend each other's events ... sharing of ideas would bring many benefits to the common goal ...

 

A more personal question- what did the Literature Café change in your life?

 

- To do the work that you enjoy- I believe that's the greatest source of pleasure for a human being; and if community also benefits from your work, then you're really happy; you put material things aside, grow up spiritually - what else could a man strive for? ...

 

What are your plans for future?

 

- We want to cover all the areas of youth life, with particular emphasis on persons with disabilities and children with special educational needs, IDPs, children lacking parental care; we would like to make the best of our resources, both material and intellectual, to raise public awareness, establish new platform for creativity in the form of children's studio ... and afterward, let's see ...

 

 

What are your wishes for PIN and for Tkibuli in 2017?

 

- I would wish PIN to change its title from "People in Need" to "People in Happiness" ... In short, I wish you to have less people in distress; let there be no more wars and famine; Let all parts of the world be like Prague and the Czech Republic! ..As for Tkibuli, we do not want to expand it; let it be a small town, just as beautiful as Prague...

 

 

BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT


Literature Café was established in 2014 under the project "Promoting Transparency and Effective Decision Making Process on Local Level in Georgia" funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czech Republic. The main idea of this project was to establish a collaboration between NGOs, citizens and other stakeholders in problem identification and transparent solution in Tkibuli, Terjola and Samtredia districts of Imereti region. Under the project, People in Need in close cooperation with local self-government of Tkibuli supported the establishment of a free educational and development space for youth, that provided young people with an opportunity to represent their art poems, paintings and generally their talents to a broader audience.

 

PIN under the project, gave to Literature Café an office inventory, such as tables, chairs, projector, and screen, LED TV, speakers, the Laptop computer, books also kitchen equipment. The project was co-founded by the local self-government of Tkibuli which repaired the building and took responsibility of covering all the administrative costs of the Literature cafe.

 

- From 2014 to 2017 Literature Café organized more than 30 big events including documentary films festival supported by the PIN in the framework of EU-funded CAUCADOC project and over 100 events organized on weekly basis.

 

Currently, after three years since its establishment, Literature Café continues to be very active, providing district youth with interesting events. Every week it is hosting art exhibitions, intellectual games, debate tournaments and art contests. It would not be an exaggeration if we say that during three years Literature Café has become the most popular place for youth gatherings in Tkibuli, and positive model of collaboration between local government and the public.

 

joy - is the greatest source of

pleasure for a human being; and if community also benefits from your work, then you're really happy." Tengiz Gagoshidze                 Author: Ramaz Chichinadze                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tell us briefly about yourself, your experience of working with the youth

 

- The Communist dictatorship arose the rebellious spirit in me. There has not been a single significant episode in the life of the country, without me standing on the front line. Upon reaching middle age, I started to ponder over my past life; I've come to realize that our generation failed to bring about any fundamental change. Right at that age, I set my mind on dedicating the rest of my life to the next generations, to the hope that maybe they will be able to change the things we have failed to change...

 

How and when did your collaboration with "People in Need" start?

 

- I learned about PIN back in 2008; by that time, the organization had already carried out a number of economic development and charitable activities in our district. I am much grateful to Keti Gotsiridze, ex-Head of Tkibuli District Development Fund, who helped me to get in touch with PIN. At that time, our cooperation began with People in Need funding youth newspaper "Sunny Night" - a project which I planned to implement through the Youth House; however, I was dismissed from the House, where I used to supervise children's "Club of Free Thinkers" for the salary equivalent to $ 5. It is not difficult to guess how important trust and support of PIN were for me. When after getting one-time funding I proceeded with publication of the newspaper, PIN funded a couple of other projects under the auspices of the newspaper...

 

How did the idea of the Literature Café emerge? How was it formed?

 

- In Tkibuli at the time, we had no movie theaters while young people were less interested in the theater; the city had no cultural and recreational park, young people were deprived of an opportunity to exchange ideas between each other. Having a successful experience with the youth newspaper, I was deeply convinced in the potential of young people; I came to the conclusion that it was necessary to establish a common space, where ideas could emerge through creative thinking. Having visited literature cafes in Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi while working on the newspaper "Sunny Night", I used to put the following question in bold in each publication -"and what about Tkibuli?!". But for many years, my attempts bore no results 


In 2014, People in Need started to implement one of the most prominent projects in Imereti region. The idea was to establish cooperation between the local authorities and the non-governmental organizations. Right then I wrote a project on "Literature Café". Recalling an episode from the movie of the Czech director, Milos Forman, I would say: "at least I tried, unlike others" ... the attempt turned out highly successful. I'm happy that today I can hear even PIN say that this is one of the most successful projects, which I believe brought fundamental changes throughout the whole region ...

 

You mentioned fundamental changes; in your opinion, what are the changes the Literature Café brought to the life of the youth in Tkibuli and nearby villages?

 

- I can boldly state that, first of all, we have changed the mindset of children, young people. They already know that in Tkibuli, there are people around thinking about their rights, their responsibilities and benefits; that it is essential for the country, for its prosperous future. The vast majority of the society has realized important role played by non-governmental organizations to change things for the better; people have also understood that involvement of all members of society is of utmost importance...

 

What kind of activities do you perform and how many young people are regularly involved in activities organized by the Literature Café?

 

- Let me once again emphasize that creative thinking is crucial for all aspects of human life. In the Literature Café, we discuss works of outstanding writers, organize film screenings and follow-up discussions, we hold literature and photo contests, invite popular guests who represent role models for young people, we organize meetings with non-governmental organizations ...

 

In Tkibuli Literature Café we have more than 60 active young people as permanent members, another 40 people get involved in various activities on a periodic basis. Given widespread migration of the youth and overall depopulation of the region, this is not a low number. A lot of young people from rural settlements show their willingness to engage in activities of the Literature Café; as transportation costs pose a major challenge for them, we try to pay for their transportation with our own funds. Unfortunately, due to tight resources, we manage to bring school children to the Literature Cafe just from nearby villages of Tkibuli.

 

Meantime, I would like to add that Literature Café is remarkable for its positive atmosphere;, that contributed to the building of friendship and team spirit among the students of various regional schools, who, most likely, will generate a lot of positive changes in the future.

 

To your mind, what do young people lack in Tkibuli and in the region in general?

 

- Let me cite words of one famous writer. When asked what he thought of the young people, he said: youth is the period when you want everything and do not have even half of it... And indeed, youth is the period when one has most of the demands. But, I think, the previous question will help me to give an answer: we ought to help young people to unfold their potential, to use their skills; all we need is to give guidance, everything else does not matter; parents today put aside personal wants and desires in order to focus on the needs of their children. So, let them use us, the ones, who care about them...

 

As far as I know, Literature Café still actively cooperates with the local government of Tkibuli

 

- From the very outset, the local government officially committed itself to co-financing the project of the Literature Café, and indeed Tkibuli Municipality conducted necessary repair works in the area designated for the Literature café. Later on, the local government financed introduction of two staff positions, thus ensuring proper operation of the new place.

 

The local government still keeps on paying for administrative expenses of the Literature Café (electricity, water, Internet, stationery). The local authorities demonstrate particular attention and interest when we request funding for our new ideas or various activities. In fact, they have never refused to stand by us. Most importantly, the Literature Café in Tkibuli enjoys continuous moral support from the side of the municipal government. Its representatives attend almost all of our events. They help us to establish connections - with relevant persons or organizations.

 

Just recently, we have drafted a project on the possibilities of renovating the Literature Café and searching for new resources. While the budget did not include co-financing from the local government, they expressed the willingness to offer support in handling technical issues. I cannot help emphasizing that the project run by PIN, which envisaged fostering of cooperation between local authorities as well as CSOs through advisory committees, laid the foundation for such positive and constructive relationships...

 

To your mind, would it be possible to introduce Literature Café in other municipalities as well?

 

- It is not just possible but absolutely required... Imagine a monolithic organization, such as PIN, circumscribing its activities just to the Czech Republic or operating just in Tbilisi or even in Kutaisi? Would not one have a sense of dissatisfaction? It is required to start analogues of the literature cafe in many places to have an opportunity to exchange ideas, communicate with each other, attend each other's events ... sharing of ideas would bring many benefits to the common goal ...

 

A more personal question- what did the Literature Café change in your life?

 

- To do the work that you enjoy- I believe that's the greatest source of pleasure for a human being; and if community also benefits from your work, then you're really happy; you put material things aside, grow up spiritually - what else could a man strive for? ...

 

What are your plans for future?

 

- We want to cover all the areas of youth life, with particular emphasis on persons with disabilities and children with special educational needs, IDPs, children lacking parental care; we would like to make the best of our resources, both material and intellectual, to raise public awareness, establish new platform for creativity in the form of children's studio ... and afterward, let's see ...

 

 

What are your wishes for PIN and for Tkibuli in 2017?

 

- I would wish PIN to change its title from "People in Need" to "People in Happiness" ... In short, I wish you to have less people in distress; let there be no more wars and famine; Let all parts of the world be like Prague and the Czech Republic! ..As for Tkibuli, we do not want to expand it; let it be a small town, just as beautiful as Prague...

 

 

BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT


Literature Café was established in 2014 under the project "Promoting Transparency and Effective Decision Making Process on Local Level in Georgia" funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czech Republic. The main idea of this project was to establish a collaboration between NGOs, citizens and other stakeholders in problem identification and transparent solution in Tkibuli, Terjola and Samtredia districts of Imereti region. Under the project, People in Need in close cooperation with local self-government of Tkibuli supported the establishment of a free educational and development space for youth, that provided young people with an opportunity to represent their art poems, paintings and generally their talents to a broader audience.

 

PIN under the project, gave to Literature Café an office inventory, such as tables, chairs, projector, and screen, LED TV, speakers, the Laptop computer, books also kitchen equipment. The project was co-founded by the local self-government of Tkibuli which repaired the building and took responsibility of covering all the administrative costs of the Literature cafe.

 

- From 2014 to 2017 Literature Café organized more than 30 big events including documentary films festival supported by the PIN in the framework of EU-funded CAUCADOC project and over 100 events organized on weekly basis.

 

Currently, after three years since its establishment, Literature Café continues to be very active, providing district youth with interesting events. Every week it is hosting art exhibitions, intellectual games, debate tournaments and art contests. It would not be an exaggeration if we say that during three years Literature Café has become the most popular place for youth gatherings in Tkibuli, and positive model of collaboration between local government and the public.

 

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