Since 2002 the world celebrates the International Right to Know Day on September 28th. The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) has been actively working on the issues of transparency and accessibility of public information since 2009.
Regardless of existing internal problems as well as potential external threats faced by the country, at the international level Georgia is perceived as one of the fastest developing states. Nonetheless it is crucial that the trend of developing is sustained. IDFI hopes that Georgia will further follow the trend of development which will be reflected in the upcoming Worldwide Governance Indicators.
On September 18-19 IDFI Representatives gave speeches at forum on E-governance in Lviv
The research showed that the number of male and female civil servants in Georgia, excluding law enforcement agencies, is nearly equal.
Director of IDFI, Giorgi Kldiashvili was invited to participate in the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference
A Draft of Right to Information Act recently developed by the Government of Pakistan scored 146 points in the global Right to Information Rating (RTI). We find it is highly important to compare the existing legislation of Georgia and the draft of Freedom of Information Act with the draft law prepared by the Government of Pakistan. This will contribute to further improvement of the draft of Freedom of Information Act in Georgia.
According to the received documents from 17 public institutions, 8 of them have requested to allocate tickets of Tbilisi Super Cup Match from Georgian Football Federation.
How Active Is The State Constitutional Commission
Regarding the 7th anniversary of Russian-Georgian war, IDFI presents information on diseased and wounded soldiers and civilians, financial and other type of assistance provided to their families, as well as the analysis of the damages caused by the war.
|13 January 2021|