On August 19, 2021, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information and the State Inspector’s Service held a joint event, where the authors of the 15 best essays identified during the student conference on personal data protection were awarded and granted certificates.
On August 2-7, 2021, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and State Inspector's Service held the joint summer school on personal data protection.
The Open Governance Council of the Supreme Council of Ajara and its Consultative Group continue implementation of the Open Governance Action Plan for 2020-2021.
The Open Governance Council of the Supreme Council of Ajara and its Consultative Group worked on fulfilling the 6th Commitment of the Open Governance Action Plan for 2020-2021, which deals with the adaptation of the webpage of the Supreme Council for people with special needs. This commitment includes the development of accessibility concept.
On August 3, 2021, in cooperation with the State Inspector's Service, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) held the opening event of the joint summer school on personal data protection.
In 2021, the second academic year of the Educational Certification Program in Fighting Corruption has finished. The Program was implemented as part of the Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Programs at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the Ilia State University.
Institute for Development Freedom of Information (IDFI) has prepared an overview of current developments and challenges in the education sector of Georgia up to and including June 2021.
Digital archiving is crucial to the work of civil society organizations (CSOs), as it helps them document past and ongoing human rights violations and better utilize information to support transitional justice mechanisms and community-based truth, justice, and memory initiatives.
On July 6, based on almost a year and a half of working process, the Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan for 2021-2022 was approved at the sitting of the Bureau of the Parliament of Georgia.
Since 2002, Georgia has been marking the day of commemoration of the victims of repressions on 22 July. The history of this day dates back to 1937 when, on this day, a great Georgian poet, Paolo Iashvili committed suicide demonstratively at the building of the Writers’ Union.
|24 January 2020|