On July 31 IDFI Held a Press Conference and director and expert of the organization spoke about canceled governmental contest
Access Info Europe, Open Society European Policy Institute and Publish What You Fund prepared a letter calling on Members of the European Parliament to take action so that the European Union institutions join the Open Government Partnership. The letter is open for sign-ons from civil society organisations across Europe and beyond Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) has joined the call.
On July 25 IDFI and initiative group “Imedi’s Skhivi” held a charity event In Vake Park. The event aimed to help IDP settlement in Skra.
On July 2014 OpeningParliament.org added IDFI to the list of organizations supporting parliamentary openness declaration.
The present research discusses the NGOs and Media organizations which we believe are distinguished with anti-western rhetoric. The two organizations especially active in this connecting are – Eurasian Institute and Eurasian Choice.
A trial version of a new web-page of Tbilisi municipality – www.tbilisi.gov.ge was launched on July 22. The concept of the portal of Tbilisi was prepared by IDFI
The research conducted by IDFI is about the general and current issues of the contest announced by the government of Georgia within the scopes of the special program, broadband internet cover in Georgia in order to increase indicator of Internet Concentration.
On July 17th, the Bureau of the Parliament of Georgia adopted the Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan.
It is crucial to fundamentally revise the strategy of relations with Russia. No measure will be successful without this step. The main principle of our strategy is to continue relations with Russia with the engagement and participation of the international community.
On July the 10th, 2015, Inter-Factional Group of the Parliament of Georgia adopted the Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan. The main purpose of the Action Plan is to ensure the openness of the Parliament in accordance to the principles of Open Governance Partnership (OGP) and Declaration on Parliamentary Openness, transparency of the information provided by the Parliament and to support the increase of citizen’s engagement in parliamentary activities and in the legislative process.
|26 February 2019|