Suneeta Kaimal, Deputy Director of Revenue Watch Institute – Co-chair of the Open Government Partnership Steering Committee, was an impressive speaker at the OGP Summit opening ceremony.
The planned deficit budget does not promote the retaining of stable exchange rate in the short term. In the light of 35% depreciation of GEL and high dollarisation level, the trust toward the national currency is significantly decreased, which means that very little is enough to aggravate negative expectations in the society.
IDFI appealed to the Georgian National Communications Commission and requested sanctioning of the LTD "r.b.j." - due to abrogation of the requirements of the Georgian law.
In the framework of the Open Government Partnership Global Summit, Director of IDFI - Giorgi Kldiashvili and Chairman of the Board - Levan Avalishvili, with the member of the Georgian Parliament, Tamar Kordzaia met with Rafael Ortiz Fábrega, the President of the Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica.
Short reviews of IDFI's activities, with useful links and other materials are provided in the September newsletter.
Giorgi Kldiashvili, Director of IDFI and Co-chairman of the Open Government Georgia's Forum is a co-author of the book titled 'Open Parliaments, Results and Expectations'
On October 28-29th, the Open Government Partnership Global Summit Mexico took place in Mexico City, Mexico; While on October 27th, the OGP Civil Society Day was held within the above-mentioned OGP Summit.
In order to utilize the advantages of innovation technologies for public good, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information, in cooperation with ltd. Devel, announces a competition “Innovation and Technologies for Strengthening Public Involvement”.
On October 27th, the OGP Civil Society Day took place within the Open Government Partnership Global Summit Mexico 2015. The OGP Civil Society Day was traditionally held the day before the Summit to provide an informal opportunity for civil society actors involved in the OGP to connect and interact.
Students can take part in two-day long lecturing courses on the topic “Accounting and Investments”. Lecturing courses will be led by PhD students from the University of Bremen - Sebastian A. Tideman, Max Neubauer and Oliver Steinebach.
|26 February 2019|