IDFI delivered 6 trainings about e-participation during September 15-24, 2014. Approximately 60 students from different faculties (Law, Social and Political Studies, Humanities, Business and Economics, Public Governance, Mass Communication) and universities attended the trainings.
Over the last decades, internet technologies established new forms of communication between citizens and public institutions. E-Governance is based on spreading information electronically and using communication tools for governance.
Giorgi Kldishvili, the director of Institute for Development of Freedom of information (IDFI) will participate in the talk show with global civil society leaders organized by Open Government Partnership (OGP) with Ford Foundation. The meeting will be held on September 24, at the head office of the Ford Foundation in New York.
Giorgi Kldiashvili, Director at IDFI and Ucha Seturi, Expert in Media and Telecommunications law participated in Batumi Media Conference on September 20. Conference, dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Foundation, was organized by Open Society Georgia Foundation and The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics.
The workshop for journalists of various local media organizations about Open Government Partnership (OGP) was held in Batumi on September 19, 2014. The meeting organized by Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) was held in the Center for Civic Engagement in Batumi within the framework of the project Facilitate Open Government Partnership Initiative.
Two day training on Freedom of Information and Democratic Governance was hold (Georgian and International experience) at the Ministry of Internal Affairs on September 17-18. Giorgi Kldiashvili director at IDFI and analyst Goga Tushurashvili were speakers at the training.
Irakli Gharibashvili the Prime Minister of Georgia will give a speech in New York on September 24, 2014 at OGP’s third anniversary.
Following survey of 2014, total population of Hungary is around 9,8 million. According to Broadband TV News, almost 70% of Hungarian pay-TV homes now opt for digital services.
In attempt to have clear and comprehensive picture about current developments regarding internet and e-governance in Georgia, this report examines statistical data on internet users, major plans and efforts of government to improve access to internet and electronic services among citizens. Moreover, it covers international reports regarding Georgia, displaying performance of the country in terms of e-governance and other related issues. Finally, the study touches upon the issues of online media and protection of users’ rights.
On September 15, 2015, IDFI (Institute for Development of Freedom of Information) launched training series about e-participation. Trainings aim to develop critical thinking of youth, increase their awareness about the contemporary mechanisms necessary for holding government accountable
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