Civic servants and business representatives from Rustavi City visit post-industrial cities in Poland to follow the path of urban revival.
The power of art helps reach out for the Georgian people with 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 in the National Library of the Parliament of Georgia to become a favourite place for those interested in feminism and gender equality.
Civil initiatives roll out in Georgia to resolve local problems and encourage citizens to become more active in running their regions.
The Social Good Summit 2016 "I Can / მე შემიძლია" triggers public activism across the Georgian society for the rights of people with disabilities.
Dozens of villages that border the conflict divide with South Ossetia suffer from a range of problems including security, decaying infrastructure, poor social services and growing poverty.
Non-governmental organizations engage in the implementation of regional development strategies.
Georgia achieved the status of electoral democracy in 2013. This success sealed a 20-year long journey to free and fair elections and UNDP’s decade-long assistance to the electoral process in Georgia.
Self-governance becomes a reality in Georgian villages.