On December 13, 2022, IDFI held an international high-level conference on good governance, titled Accelerating Decentralization: Best Practices and Innovative Solutions.
On November 24, 2022, IDFI and the e-Governance Academy (Estonia) held a presentation of project ideas that aim to resolve digital vulnerabilities in Georgia, prepared by several teams of non-governmental organizations.
Public data plays an important role in improving public welfare, modernizing the public sector, and implementing governance reforms.
On November 16, 2022, the Institute for the Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and the research institute, Gnomon Wise, held a training on digital rights and digital literacy at the University of Georgia.
On November 15, 2022, IDFI held a workshop - Improving access to public data: international standards, good practice, and Georgia.
As of July 2022, there are more than 1 million (1,011,791) internet subscribers in Georgia.
On September 12, 2022 IDFI requested public information from the Georgian National Communications Commission (“Communications Commission” or “Commission”) about the addresses to block internet pages sent to internet-providers from 2017 up to date.
On October 18, 2022, Freedom House published an annual report on Internet freedom around the world. In 2022, Georgia obtained a score of 78 out of 100 and was assessed as “Free” in terms of Internet freedom. The country’s score improved by 1 point compared to 2021.
On October 13, 2022, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) held a roundtable discussion on how to improve legal safeguards and mechanisms for protecting personal data in cyberspace with the participation of personal data and cyber security experts, lawyers, public, private and civil society representatives.
On October 4-7, 2022, IDFI and the e-Governance Academy (Estonia) held 1.5-day interactive masterclasses for civil society organisations (CSOs) and public institutions, to collaborate and design proposals to address the challenges digitally vulnerable citizens are encountering in Georgia.
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