Professional media research to promote media diversity and journalistic standards, and build the watchdog functions of civil society at a time of elections.
Assistance to the governments of Armenia and Georgia to introduce Integrated Border Management (IBM) at the border crossing points.
The UN Joint Programme aims to help Georgia consolidate the independence, professionalism and efficiency of the judiciary and strengthen access to justice for all citizens.
The project supports the governments of Azerbaijan and Georgia to secure their borders and facilitate legal passing of persons and goods at the Red Bridge Border Crossing Point.
The projects aims to improve operational performance of the border management agencies and promote cooperation between the countries.
Legal approximation, oversight and public outreach – three areas of parliamentary engagement in the…
UNDP and Government of Sweden assist Georgia’s Parliament to start practicing thematic inquiries.
The award ceremony of civil servants, who have successfully completed training in Public Policy…
Georgia’s Parliament discusses progress made since the endorsement of the new parliamentary…
The Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open Governance and its Consultative Group discussed the…
Tech4Equality Talk on International Women’s Day – a spotlight on women in science and technology.
The Legal Aid Service helps vulnerable people who seek justice before the law.
We Need Equality campaign advocates for women's economic empowerment giving voice to single mothers,…
A wine route in Racha is a major touristic attraction for the region’s guests. For the residents, it…
OGP activists advocate for openness, accountability and citizen engagement.
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.
Women need technology because today the industry is the most promising, global, fastest developing…
Reflections from Georgia's first National Conference on Gender Equality in Local Self Governance.
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.
We asked about responsible production and consumption and got an answer from a 10-year old.
One-stop-shop Public Service Hall inspires change in service delivery.
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