On September 28, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) held a public lecture and distributed various printed material through students.
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.
Tbilisi City Court held Ministry of Internal Affairs and Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia equally responsible for compensating moral damages amounting to 2000 Gel and monetary damages amounting to 1180 to Giorgi Kldiashvili.
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 governments of the Western Balkans have come together on the occasion of the Western Balkans OGP Dialogue 2015, in Tirana, Albania, on September 10-11, 2015.
On Thursday, September 17, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) organized the discussion - “The Effects of Depreciation of National Currency on the Georgian Economy”. The discussion was held within the framework of the project “Strategic Plan Georgia 2020 - Strengthening Public Involvement”.
The research showed that the number of male and female civil servants in Georgia, excluding law enforcement agencies, is nearly equal.
On September 14-15, the Meeting of the Open Government Partnership's Legislative Openness Working Group was held in Tbilisi, Georgia, under the title of Committing to Openness: Parliamentary Action Plans, Standards, and Data.
On September 15, 2015, the Economic Policy Advocacy Coalition (EPAC) was created with the initiative of Governing for Growth (G4G) – a project of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The Coalition brings together 58 organizations, including Georgia-based business associations, chambers of commerce, strategic research centers and other non-governmental organizations.
|12 January 2019|