Newsletter – ISCR Life in the Centre





ISCR was opened in May 2013 and since then a well-established team has been looking after the Centre’s guests and coordinating its functions and activities. Members of the ISCR team are pleased to introduce themselves in our newsletter and you can also read more about them in future newsletters:


“Gamarjoba-გამარჯობა” means “Hello” in Georgian and this is the greeting I begin my Introduction with….

DSC_1971It is both an honour and responsibility to be Director of the first International Scout Centre in Georgia and the Caucasus region. After 8 years of working as a professional lawyer I have returned to the field I most enjoy, that of youth work and scouting. Our team mission is to provide a safe, friendly and secure environment for young people to develop through tried and tested scouting methods in the outdoor environment. Our vision is to see ISCR become a centre of excellence for young people recognized at all levels and by youth around the world. We are very pleased to invite you to our small but beautiful country of Georgia and show you everything this special country has to offer. – Dato Metreveli


mariami.3I am Mariami and I head the financial section with reponsibility for the finances at ISCR and am also Deputy Director. I have been working for 4 years at ISCR and the Centre has come to mean a lot to me. When someone asks about myself, I immediately start talking about the scout centre in Georgia and I’m proud to be working there. – Mariam Qochoradze



Organisation Chart


Interested to discover more? Then visit the website of the International Scout Centre Rustavi:


Goose Network
Salto-Youth Eastern Europe and CaucasusResource Centre
Georgian Coalition for Children and Youths Welfare (GCCYW)