IDFI’s Policy Paper on "Kremlin’s Information War: Why Georgia Should Develop State Policy on Countering Propaganda" caused a great resonance in the media. The information indicated in the document was the subject of the discussions/comments of the politicians, NGOs and political parties' representatives in various TV/News Channels. The online media even spited the information from Policy Paper in several topics and thus published them with the comments from governmental or non-governmental organizations.
Advancing the Progress toward Achieving the SDGs Post-Covid-19 - IDFI’s Panel Discussion for the 54th Annual Meeting of ADB07.05.2021
Joint Statement by IDFI and GYLA on Delays in Development of the Public Administration Reform and Anti-Corruption Strategic Documents10.05.2021
Guðmundur Andri Ástráðsson v. Iceland: Breach of Domestic Law on Judicial Appointments Violated the Right to a Fair Trial10.02.2021
Were Georgians Beloved in the Soviet Union?23.11.2020