On December 1st representatives of Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) held the next meeting regarding the access to the Open Data at Tbilisi State University within the scopes of the project: "Open Data: Source of Changes and Innovations".
Securities market is a complex and multidimensional mechanism. Even the lack of a single piece of the mechanism is enough to provoke its failure. Therefore, there are numerous objective and subjective factors that influence normal functioning of the securities market.
On December 3rd at 2:00 PM, the members of the Inter-Factional Group of the Parliament of Georgia: Tamar Kordzaia and Khatuna Gogorishvili along with the representatives of the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI): Director - Giorgi Kldiashvili and Project Coordinator - Davit Maisuradze will hold a public discussion on the topics of Open Parliament.
On Friday, November 27, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) organized a discussion “The Law on Civil Service – Changes and Prospects”. The discussion was held within the framework of the project “Strategic Plan Georgia 2020 – Strengthening Public Involvement”. The article was published on the blog.
On November 30th, participants of the training course - "Open Parliament - Voice of Youth" visited the Parliament of Georgia in Tbilisi. Visit was organized within the framework of the project "Supporting Involvement of the Parliament of Georgia in the Open Government Partnership".
On Tuesday, December 1st, IDFI will Hold Meeting with Students on Open Data: Source of Changes and Innovations
As a response to IDFI’s request, on November 26th, Georgian National Communications Commission denied broadcast to the domestic provider of channel ‘ORT’ and held responsible Ltd “R.B.G.” for the rebroadcast of programs from the Russian public broadcaster.
IDFI will hold a discussion "Public Service Reform - Changes and Prospects"
IDFI is holding a lecture series on Regulation of Capital Market in Georgia
A total of 1 737 employees were dismissed from Ministries and Offices of the State Minister, with the majority of employees (1 225 individuals) dismissed from the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 2 832 employees were dismissed from 42 subordinate agencies (LEPL-s under various ministries). In 2014, independent agencies (LEPL-s) have dismissed 568 employees.
|26 February 2019|