We are thrilled to announce an open call for a host organisation for the 2024 General Assembly (GA) scheduled for the end of April.


General Assembly – which is the highest decision-making body – is the most important political event throughout the year for CDN. The GA will elect the new Executive Committee, debate and vote on resolutions, and amendments to internal documents, hear and adopt reports, plans and new Strategy Document 2024-27; as well as, decide on the status of organisations that apply to become part of our Network. We are envisioning to have a 3-day event running from Friday to Sunday (either Apr 19-21 or 26-28).


We are very excited to receive applications from all Member Organisations that believe they have the capacity to host this event. 

In order to have a better understanding of what it takes to organise, what will be the responsibilities as well as the rights, you can access the guiding document HERE. The preparations will be challenging but at the same time very fulfilling and a valuable experience for any organisation. In addition, hosting the General Assembly has several benefits including:

  • gaining experience in hosting an international political event

  • having a space to organise a session during the topical part of the GA

  • visibility via CDN’s social media

Throughout the period you will have the full support of the Executive Committee and Office. Mainly, working with the Secretary General and Office Assistant. 

If your organisation is interested in hosting the 2023 GA, fill in this application form and send to giorgi.ptskialadze@cdnee.org.

Deadline: Sunday, 12th of November, midnight.

The application includes information regarding the motivation, previous experience with organising events, and possible propositions for the event (location, accommodation, venue, etc.); your answers will help the committee to decide on the appropriate/suitable location. The decision will be made and communicated by mid-December. 

For any further questions, don’t hesitate to write to us at giorgi.ptskialadze@cdnee.org.