IDFI prepared the analyse of the received information from Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia about the number of abortions in 2004-2014 period
On March 26th, 2015 IDFI referred to the Prosecutor's Office and requested statistical information for the years of 2010-2015 on the number of motions filed by the Prosecutors Office to the General Assembly of INTERPOL with the request of circulating red notice and number of these motions granted. IDFI also requested statistical data on the number of motions filed to the law enforcement agencies of foreign countries on extraditing wanted nationals of Georgia and the ratio of granted and denied motions. Find the detailed information in the blog post.
On April 6th, 2015 a round table - "Strengthening the Institute of Whistleblower Protection in Georgia" was held. The event was organized by Civil Service Bureau, with the support of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Kingdom of Sweden.
On February 9th, 2015 Tbilisi City Court fully granted the appeal of IDFI Vs. the Penitentiary Department. The entity was to provide IDFI with the public information requested by the FOI letter # OPD05/14-005.
Find the newest report on Minister, Deputy Minister and other high public official advisers prepared by IDFI.
On March 26th 2015 World Justice Project published Open Government Index, according to which Georgia was assessed to score 0.61 out of the maximum index of 1.
Since August 11th, 2014 the director of an NGO "Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety" (IRFS), Emin Huseynov, has been forced to seek refugee at the Embassy of Switzerland in Baku. IRFS is one of the partner organizations of IDFI.
Official Statistical Information on the Number of Murders Committed as a Result of Domestic Violence.
On 27th of February 2015, Multimedia Education Center hosted final presentation of the IDFI (Institute for Development of Freedom of Information) project “Enhancing E-skills for Controlling Government Among Young People”.
See the short summary of our recent report #6 of Access to Public Information in Georgia.
|9 January 2019|