December 10th is the day for submitting Access to Information Reports.
The analysis of freedom of expression on the Internet in Georgia, government policies in terms of developing Internet infrastructure and protection of Internet users’ rights revealed several relevant tendencies over the last year in Georgia
Giorgi Kldiashvili, director of IDFI prepared article regarding Access to public information in Georgia: achievements and challenges for LIT-EBRD.
The Coalition responds to the statements made by the representatives of the governing political power, the vice-speaker of Parliament Manana Kobakhidze and the Parliamentary Majority Leader Zviad Kvachantiradze, as well as the Minister of Justice, Thea Tsulukiani, regarding the Constitutional Court of Georgia.
On Friday, December 11th, 10:30 am, at Tbilisi Marriott Hotel, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF) will hold a presentation of report, which summarizes the situation regarding freedom of information in Georgia during 2010-2015 years.
On December 1-4, IDFI organized series of lectures “Regulating Capital Market in Georgia – Transformation and Sustainability” at Ilia State University.
According to the survey conducted by the World Bank (WB) in 2014, the level of efficiency of the Georgian Logistics System is rather low: Georgia is not even among 100 countries on the list and lags behind not only developed countries, but also post-soviet states such as - Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia, Moldova, Belarus, Tajikistan.
What Impact will the Decision of the Constitutional Court have on the Future of the Charter of Freedom
Davit Maisuradze introduced attendees with the mission and history of the Open Government Partnership (OGP). The OGP is a multilateral initiative and intends to provide a platform for domestic reformers to make their governments more responsive, accountable and transparent to their citizens.
The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI), Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) and the University of Bremen offer a series of lectures to students from December 15 to December 18. The series of lectures “Informal Economy: Diagnosis and Remedies” will be led by Lela Rekhviashvili – Researcher of Central European University (CEU, Budapest).
|18 February 2019|