National Security Council has developed regulations for proactive disclosure of public information. Institution for Development of Freedom of Information has made significant commitment to the very process.
IIDFI encouraged the broadcasters to get united and engage in the process of negotiations with integrators; the organization also announced the date of the meeting that will address to discussing affordable technical solutions with integrators.
Today the EU-Georgia Association Agreement was signed. The negotiations between the parties on the text of the agreement had been under way for three years. Nevertheless, the agreement will obviously not come into force straight after the signature
In April 2014 amendments were made to the legislation regulating the whistle blower protection issues in Georgia. Number of the recommendations that IDFI had been advocating for already in February this year were taken into consideration. Nevertheless many important topics are still left out of the legislation.
On June 20, National Security Council of Georgia and Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) signed the memorandum of understanding.
Appeal of the OGP Forum Member Organizations to the Chairman of the Supreme Court of Georgia
The tender conditions established by the Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC), contain certain risks in terms of violation of freedom of expression and media pluralism in Georgia. The regulations under the scope of the competition conditions might prevent proper development of the broadcasting market; hinder the qualitative and quantitative rise of the production of broadcasting content in Georgia.
Open Tender for Selecting Commercial Broadcasting Multiplex Operators – The Most Important Challenge of the Transitive Stage to Digital Broadcasting in Georgia
On June 7th, 2014, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Free Press Unlimited held Internet Freedom Meeting. The Meeting has presented the main findings of the monitoring in the three countries during 2013 – 2014 and gave perspectives on further development.
|21 January 2019|