IDFI analyzed Lithuanian moedl of internetization of Georgia, its main problems and challenges.
The Open Parliament 2015-2016 Action Plan, under the sub-chapter 3.1 Posting Documents on the Website of the Parliament of Georgia in an Editable Format, states that the Parliament of Georgia publishes information on its website in PDF format; this makes it difficult for the user to change the file and generally to manipulate text. Thus, the Action Plan proposes more reader friendly, editable formats such as HTML, MS Word, etc.
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On August 20th, 2015 representatives of Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI), analyst – Goga Tushurashvili and Lawyer- Nino Merebashvili held a training for librarians from the regions of Georgia.
In August 2015 the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) received the highest ranking of transparency by Transparify, a project funded by the Think Tank Fund of the Open Society Foundations and managed by CRRC. The project which started in January 2014 provides the first-ever global rating of the financial transparency of major think tanks worldwide.
This document represents an Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan which aims to ensure openness of the Parliament and transparency of parliamentary information, and to facilitate citizen engagement in parliamentary work and legislative process in line with the principles of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), and the Declaration on Parliamentary Openness.
IDFI calls for analysts to participate in an analytical competition. Participants will write articles, blogs and analytical pieces on topics of their preference discussed in the strategy "Georgia 2020".
On August 15th, 2015 the Director of IDFI Giorgi Kldiashvili and the Expert in Media and Telecomunications Law Ucha Seturi visited Sophio Muradova in Gori. The representatives of IDFI gave Ms. Muradov Digital Signal Receiver “Set-top-box” with a receiving antenna as a present and have installed it.
On July 22-23, 2015, in South Africa second annual elections took place at the Open Government Partnership Steering Committee meeting. Based on the voting results, new members of the Steering Committee were named: Indonesia, Chile and Romania.
Global Legislative Openness Week is an annual event about transparency and participatory parliament. It is an addition opportunity for government, parliament and civil society representatives to share knowledge and seek new commitments.
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