Model reformer

Georgia is the region’s leader in democratic reform. The fundamental transformation of public services, successful fight against corruption and evident advancement of the electoral systems and processes are getting the country closer to achieving consolidated democracy and Euro-Atlantic integration. In 2016, Georgia signed an Association Agreement with the European Union and, in 2017, was granted Visa Free Travel with the EU countries. National and local elections conducted since 2012, despite some isolated irregularities, were largely acknowledged by international and national observers as democratic, transparent and well-administered.

All voices must be heard

Despite these impressive achievements, Georgia still faces unresolved challenges in the areas of judiciary and access to justice, effective local governance, meaningful gender equality, media freedom and human rights. While moving forward on the path of democratic transformation, the country aims to strengthen democratic institutions, enhance transparency and accountability of all branches of power, and ensure that the needs of its citizens – men, women, minorities, vulnerable and marginalized groups – are being heard and considered in decision-making.

Transparency. Efficiency. Inclusiveness.

UNDP helps create a more transparent, efficient and equitable governance system where citizens can take part in decision-making. Our Democratic Governance programme is based on the fundamental principles of good governance, human rights and rule of law. We help Georgia create strong state systems and transparent institutions that respond to the needs of people.

Georgia chairs OGP in 2018

open government partnership

making ambitious steps forward to achieving transparency, openness and citizen engagement in governance and law-making.

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The Architecture Service of Tbilisi Municipality is reforming its public service delivery.

The Parliament of Georgia presents a new draft of its Rules of Procedure, marking a new step in the…

A new round of media monitoring covers thirty-seven TV, radio, print and online media outlets.

Parliament of Georgia has finalized the elaboration of its commitments for the 2018-2019 Open…

Georgian Parliament takes a lead in monitoring Sustainable Development Goals.

National and local authorities in Georgia join hands to discuss how to advance gender equality in…

Irma, Ketevan and Keti— three achievers who move forward against the odds, and change the world one…

Georgian and Polish post-industrial cities follow the same path of urban revival.

The power of art helps reach out for the Georgian people with the message of Global Goals.

Rustavi youngsters prove that once you re-imagine how a city looks, you can re-imagine its future.

Barbare Jorjadze’s Room opens a space for discussions on feminism and gender equality.

Local civil initiatives encourage citizens to become more active in running their regions.

Overcoming challenges faced by Georgian women on their way to politics.

Georgia makes good progress to open and transparent governance, and youth is eager to take part.

One-stop-shop Public Service Hall inspires change in service delivery.

Faster and simpler services help UNDP make a change in people’s lives.

Seven steps to a winning campaign for gender equity.

Gender equality through the eyes of Georgia’s iconic poet.

The nation-wide research examines Georgian citizens’ views on the local public services delivered by…

The study examines the status and prospects of arbitration in Georgia with the focus on the main…

The study reviews Georgian law and policy and identifies remaining gaps related to gender equality.

The monitoring examines news and talk-shows aired by Georgian televisions during the 2017 Local…

The research examines election reporting by the national and regional media in Georgia, covering 60…

The research identifies key obstacles that hamper women's economic empowerment in Georgia. It…

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