2017 press releases
Vocational students will receive a professional qualification as well as an opportunity to continue their studies in universities.
The Government of Georgia adopts the National Rural Development Action Plan.
Farmers’ cooperatives, local tourism, infrastructure, environmental challenges and youth activities in focus of the meetings in the regions.
Two villages in mountainous Ajara are now better protected from the livestock loss, caused by predators, with the new insurance mechanism.
Georgian ministries and the Administration of the President of Georgia will pilot a new model of performance appraisal of civil servants starting from January 1, 2018.
Georgia moves forward with the reforms in civil service.
Twenty-three mediators join the Georgian system of justice after completing the intensive training in court mediation.
The Parliament of Georgia joins hands with the European Union, OSCE/ODIHR and UNDP to make the legislative process transparent and open.
Legal aid providers in Georgia join hands in a cooperation network to ease access to their services and promote coordination between the network members.
The high-level conference “Leaving No One Behind” aims to increase political participation of women in Georgia.