IDFI has joined the Global Index on Responsible AI (GIRAI) project and the Global Community of Regional Hubs in spring 2023.
In June, 2022, IDFI became a member of the Global NPO Coalition on FATF (Financial Action Task Force). The Global NPO Coalition on FATF is a loose network of diverse nonprofit organizations (NPOs).
Open Government Partnership (OGP) was established in 2011 and aims to support the openness and accountability of the Governments’ of its member countries. The OGP unites 80 countries and covers the governmental, parliamentary and local directions.
Parliament of Georgia is involved in implementation of OGP principles since 2015. An Inter-Factional Group and the Open Parliament Georgia Working Group were created within the framework of the project “Supporting Parliament of Georgia Involvement in Open Government Partnership Initiative”.
CEU Executive MBA Program, with the support of Institute for Development of Freedom of Information and Business Association of Georgia, offers a highly competitive, merit-based fellowship for an innovative public- or nonprofit-sector manager in Georgia.
Since its foundation, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) has been actively working on strengthening the accountability and openness of commercial and state organizations, including, in terms of fighting against corruption.
The Eurasian Academic Anti-Сorruption Network is an international network of anti-corruption hubs that was established in 2019 to unite the efforts of the international community in anti-corruption education and research.
IDFI has joined the Global Data Barometer project and the Global Community of Regional Hubs in fall 2020. IDFI acts as a Regional Hub for the Global Data Barometer project for Central Asia and Eastern Europe and is responsible for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Republic of Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
Founded in 1999, the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience (“the Coalition”) is the only worldwide network of Sites of Conscience. With over 275 members in 65 countries. The coalition builds the capacity of these vital institutions through grants, networking, training, transitional justice mechanisms and advocacy.
Coalition aims at building a Large Scale Historical Simulator mapping 2000 years of European History. Furthemore, its member organizations tend to develop new technologies for the scanning, analyzing, accessing, preserving and communicating of cultural heritage at a massive scale.