The idea of Mapping Freedom is to collect people's definition of Freedom and display the results on a Google interactive map.
People's definition of Freedom are recorded during a video interview, made by young people living in Georgia.
Before the interviews, a group of 10 to 15 students, and young activists participate in a workshop provided by PoNadTo and One Caucasus trainers.
Among the persons chosen for the interviews there are people from minorities, tourists, and people attending the One Caucasus Festival. Interviews are mainly provided in the Kvemo Kartli region and the capital city Tbilisi.
Mapping Freedom is a concept created in the frameworks of the educational program of One Caucasus.
The project is supported by the FNF foundation and implemented by PoNadTo.
The Project started in 2018 and was also conducted in 2019.
So far more than 60 interviews were made, and 35 young georgians took part in the video workshops.
Mapping Freedom is a way to show how deep each one of us is bounded by our will to live free. And yet each one of us has his own conception of Freedom.