On January 15th, IDFI presented its research "Access to Public Information in Georgia" at Tbilisi Courtyard Marriott. The research was conducted within the scopes of the project "Open Data: Sources for Changes and Innovations" which IDFI was implementing from September 1st to January 30th, with the financial assistance of the USAID's project - Good Governance Initiative in Georgia (GGI).
Based on the open data published on the Georgian government portal data.gov.ge IDFI has created special web-applications - currency exchange offices in Georgia and registry of notary bureaus in Georgia.
Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Georgian National University (SEU) signed a memorandum on January 13th, 2016.
On January 15th, 11:00 AM, at Courtyard Marriot Hotel Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) will hold the presentation of summarizing report of the project Open Data – Source for Changes and Innovations, funded by USAID program Good Governance Initiative (GGI) in Georgia.
On December 30th, 2015, in accordance with the #195/3 Order of the Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia, the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance was established.
The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information organizes a lecturing course at International Black Sea University on February 8, 2016.
IDFI’s 2009-2015 Report includes a comprehensive information on organization’s activities and achievements within the given years.
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
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.
|6 February 2019|