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Loud and clear: Rethinking service design in Georgia

112 is one of the most dialled phone numbers in Georgia.   In 2013 alone, over 8 million of emergency calls were made to this national response hotline. Their website lists emergency services available for children, with a video tour, and frequently asked questions for those who may need immedimore


I am a Woman

Gender clichés still strong in Georgia where democratic transformation and economic growth merges with deep-rooted social traditions. The recent UNDP research shows that gender perceptions, which have not changed much over years, place men in a dominant position in many areas of social, economic andmore


Elections and the Media

"Media monitoring helps understand the principles of journalism and the challenges of professional reporting,” says Mariam Ozashvili, a young media monitor at CRRC – Georgia. Mariam holds a degree in journalism from Tbilisi State University and currently keeps an eye on the performance of sevenmore


The Voice of Georgia

Michael Jackson, the beloved king of pop, in one of his songs urges to make the world a better place to live in. Wonder what this world looks like?  Is it a world with cleaner air and greener environment? A world without hunger and discrimination? A world which creates equal opportunities for amore


Democracy and the Media

Every Monday, a talk show called "Media Monitor" airs on Georgian public television. The show shares information collected during media monitoring, and invites civil society and media experts to analyse the findings. Current analysis comes amidst the backdrop of upcoming parliamentary elecmore


Justice for All

Justice reform remains a challenge in Georgia. In the past 5 years the government has done much to improve the legal process; however there is still a long road ahead in terms of building up people’s trust in the legal system. The establishment of the Legal Aid Service under the Ministry of Correctimore


Georgia is adopting a law on gender equality

Facing a disparity in gender-related legislation, in March 2010 Georgia adopted a law on gender equality. Georgia’s official adoption of the legislation is part of a five-year campaign by the UNDP to help empower women in the Caucasus nation. Since 2004, the Gender Advisory Council at the Georgian more

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Sophie Tchitchinadze

Communications Analyst


+995 32 2251126 ext.158