The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information organizes a lecturing course at International Black Sea University on February 8, 2016.
In different developed and developing countries, there are several forms of ownership of medical organizations: Nonprofit, For-profit, State-owned, Public-private partnership. Such diversity is mostly due to the particularities of the medical market. However, there are predominantly two forms of ownership in Georgia – for-profit and state-owned.
IDFI summarized its activities, carried out within several projects
On 15, 18, 22 and 25 December, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) organized series of lectures “Good Governance in Georgia”, led by Levan Avalishvili – Chairman of the Board of IDFI, at Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA).
Open Government Partnership published December Newsletter in which Ukraine's commitment on Regulating Access to Communist-era Archives became the Featured OGP Commitment. The above-mentioned commitment aims at regulating access to the files of the Soviet period secret services and law enforcement agencies.
According to Government of Georgia (GoG), civil service reform is one of the most important priorities. According to strategic plan ‘Georgia 2020’ ‘facilitate the development of a human resources management system as part of efforts to ensure the stability of public service provision and the recruitment of qualified staff through relevant material and career motivation’.
On December 4th 2015, IDFI requested information from the Ministry of Finance regarding gratuitous financial support to Georgia since independence from various states and organizations. According to information provided by the Ministry of Finance, the total sum of grants Georgia received from states and organizations in the years 1995-2015 equals $2 071 470 000 USD.
IDFI published analysis of remuneration of the members of the high council of justice in 2015
Accessibility of judicial decisions in the EBRD’s countries of operations
On December 15-18, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) organized series of lectures “Informal Economy: Diagnosis and Remedies” at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, headed by Lela Rekhviashvili – Researcher of Central European University (CEU, Budapest).