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Entering a new era of civil service

Georgian civil servants discuss digital solutions in governance and service delivery  

Civil Servants’ Perceptions of Dispute Prevention and Alternative Resolution Mechanisms in Civil Service

The research studies the public servants’ knowledge, attitudes and behavior towards disputes and alternative resolution mechanisms in the civil service.  

Georgian civil servants value e-learning opportunities but point out drawbacks, study says

UNDP research examines online training in civil service  

Professional Development of Civil Servants in Georgia – Supporting the Shift to Online Learning

The research examines the e-learning experiences of Georgian civil servants amidst lockdowns  

Only half of domestic violence victims call police for help, study says

UNDP survey examines police responses and use of 112 emergency hotline  

The Challenges in the Provision of Services to Female Victims of Domestic Violence by the Ministry of Internal Affairs during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The study of attitudes of female victims of domestic violence concerning the services delivered by the Patrol Police and emergency hotline 112 during the pandemic.  

Assessing Public Participation in Policymaking Process

The study focuses on the process evaluation of public participation in policymaking.  

Digital solutions transform Georgia’s public sector

In pandemic conditions, e-services become the new normal  

Political Independence of Civil Servants and the Role of Senior Civil Servants. 2020

The study provides an in-depth analysis and general characteristics of the Senior Civil Servant (SCS) institution.  

E-apostille now available in Georgia

UNDP and the UK help Georgia promote digital solutions to public services  

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