Cooperation has never been as important as today

a forum provides a platform for civil society organizations to meet

What you will learn

Our world has became flat and moves faster than ever before! We have more and more “digital” tools in our hand which make our life easier (if known) or if used on the right way. The V4 meets Eastern Partnership Countries Youth Forum (Tbilisi) and II International Youth Cooperation Forum (Baku) are the bases for the “big” forum we plan to organize next year in May or June in Budapest under the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group. One of our main aims is to give digital tools to NGOs to make them more effective.

We at MeOut aim to create a tradition by organizing the forum in one of the V4 or Eastern Partnership countries at this time in Tbilisi. The event is aimed to create a base where each year relevant stakeholders will meet, discuss the past, present and the future. We believe that a deepening cooperation is necessary on all levels for the countries to make further steps forward.

What we will do

Our two days event is set on the way that the best outcome can be achieved by using up to date methods. Various workshops and panel discussions are in our schedule, designed by our amazing facilitators Giorgi Kakulia, Max Fras.


  • We create an atmosphere where networking happens as naturally and effectively as possible
  • One panel discussion will every day dedicated for involving NGO and state representatives: Future of V4-EaP Cooperation and  Round table on V4-EaP Cooperation
  • The main topic of the workshops are digitalization, entrepreneurship and cooperation
  • Last session is about evaluation and closing

A session will be dedicated for the preparation for the “big” 2018 Budapest forum

About the V4 Meets EaP Youth Forum

The Forum is supported by the Visegrad Fund and enjoys the support of the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group as well. This is the only event which targets civil society organizations and organized by a Hungarian NGO in the Caucasus involving all V4 and Eastern Partnership Countries.

The story of organizing this forum dates back to more than a year when the idea emerged  that under the Hungarian Presidency a V4 forum should be organized and implemented. Thanks to the fruitful cooperation now you’re at the website of the forum where soon 10 countries representatives, decision makers, state representatives and ambassadors will meet to discuss the current challenges and trying to find solutions for them.

Keynote speakers

Meet our most valued speakers

Revaz Javelidze

Deputy Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs

    H.E. Dr. Viktória Horváth

    Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Hungary to Georgia

      Mariusz Maszkiewicz

      Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to Georgia

        Dr. Pawel Poszytek

        General Director @ FRSE

        Andrzej Wyczawski

        Deputy General Director @ FRSE

        Max Fras

        Visiting Fellow @ The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)


        Managing Partner @ DEVELOR Georgia

        Andrij Pavlovych

        Coordinator of SALTO Eastern Europe and Caucasus Resource Centre

        Artur Ghazaryan

        President of YCCD

        Giorgi KIKALISHVILI

        President at Youth Association DRONI

          Attila Sándor

          President @ MeOut


          what people say

          I believe in cooperation between V4 and EaP is crucial for the European future of the EaP region.
          Giorgi KakuliaManaging Partner @ DEVELOR Georgia
          The Visegrad Four and Eastern Partnership countries have a shared history and now face a number of common challenges that can be better addressed via closer co-operation and dialogue.
          Max FrasVisiting Fellow @ The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
          We’re building information bridges for the development of V4 and EaP countries. It has never been easier and harder at the same time. We keep going for the better!
          Attila SándorPresident @ MeOut

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          • 11 Andria Afaqidze Street, Tbilisi
          • +36 30 491 4901
          • 7:30 - 18:00