IDFI publishes the statistics on the calls received by 112 for emergency medical services, police and fire brigade in 2013-2017.
The discussion of the liberalization of the existing policy towards drug users in Georgia has been ongoing for several years now. In 2017, this process entered an active phase when a draft law was introduced to the Parliament of Georgia. The draft law envisions the liberalization of drug policy and the development of rehabilitation programs for drug users.
According to the latest available universal population census, Georgia has only 89 homeless persons. There currently exists no complete definition of a homeless person on the legislative level. It is necessary to clearly define who is considered homeless and without shelter.
A new, two-year project supported by the European Union (EU) will increase the independence and capacity of the Prosecution Service of Georgia (PSG). Enhancing the accountability of the PSG and empowering information exchange between the government, civil society, media and public on the ongoing major reforms in the system.
IDFI requested public information from the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs regarding statistical data of 2014-2017, on patients living in the occupied territories, receiving stationary services provided by the medical institutions of Georgia. The ministry has fully provided requested information.
Medical care expenses of patients living in the occupied territories.
On 2-4 April, IDFI’s representatives made a consultative visit to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, within the framework of the project “Transparent Public Procurement Rating – Assessing Public Procurement Legislation and the Enforcement Process in the Eurasian Region and Beyond”
Setting up a national coordination mechanism for the implementation and monitoring of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has proven to be one of the most important and challenging tasks for Georgia.
Persons with disabilities (PwD) are one of the largest groups in the world among the minorities who are neglected and discriminated against by the public or the state.
|23 October 2020|