Along with preparing researches on human rights and liberties, good governance, e-involvement, and understanding of totalitarian past, IDFI is also carrying out educational activities. Namely, the Institute regularly holds trainings, workshops, discussions for students, pupils, journalists, public officers and other members of broader society, as well as conducts other kinds of informational campaigns (such as spreading flyers, preparing videos, publishing blog-posts etc.).
IDFI team believes that an informed and conscious citizen is basis for democratic society and precondition for sustainable development of the country.
Development of the New Anti-corruption Strategy and Action Plan 2019-2020 has been Faulty22.08.2019
Regulating Inadmissible Content – What does the Constitutional Court decision of 2 August 2019 Change09.08.2019
Statement of NGOs on the Charges Made Against former Director-General of Rustavi 2, Nika Gvaramia09.08.2019
Sentencing Zviad Kuprava to Imprisonment Is a Dangerous Precedent of Restricting Freedom of Expression02.08.2019