Research

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Career in Civil Service and Gender Equality

The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) studied the perceptions towards different career paths and professional success of women and men in civil service. Both quantitative and qualitative sociological research methods were used in the course of the study.

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Presentation of the Report on Institutional and Legal Framework of the Supreme Court of Georgia

On January 23, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA) presented the report “The Supreme Court of Georgia – Analysis of Institutional and Legal Framework”.

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Antique Refurbishment Costs of the Atoneli Presidential Residence

Within the scope of this research, IDFI attempted to explore how the process of furnishing the Atoneli Presidential Residence with antique and modern items was conducted and how much was spent from the state budget on the procurement of various museum exhibits and modern items.

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Assessment of the Judicial Reform - System of Disciplinary Liability of Judges

The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC) presented findings of the report on the judicial reform system of disciplinary liability of judges. The purpose of this document is to assess the system of disciplinary liability of judges in light of the “third wave” reform of the judicial system.

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Expenditures of Contingency Funds of Local Municipalities in 2018

IDFI studied the practice of allocation of municipal contingency funds throughout 2018 and presents a short summary of the results.

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Extent of SDGs Integration in the National Public Policy System of Georgia

Nationalizing all 17 Sustainable Development Goals and relevant targets constitute a declared policy of the Government of Georgia. The given analysis aims at ascertaining to what extent existing national policy documents contain obligations in line with SDG indicators. The evaluation will assist the GoG to identify challenges and take relevant steps in regards to nationalizing specific SDGs.

 

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Engaging Civil Society Organizations in Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals

“Leaving no one behind” is the central principle of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Cooperation and inclusion are key concepts in its implementation, which can be achieved through effective engagement with civil society organizations (CSOs) and NGOs.

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IDFI Published a Study on Possible Risks of Corruption in the National Wrestling Federation of Georgia

Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) published a study on 2015-2018 expenditures and related corruption risks at the National Wrestling Federation of Georgia. 

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Role of the Judges in the Criminal Justice System - The Results of a Qualitative Study

The study aimed to identify the issues in regard to the role of judges that legal professionals (judges and lawyers) find important for ensuring fair, impartial and human rights oriented criminal justice system. 

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Compliance with Procedural Time Limits for Considering Cases and Preparing Judgments in Tbilisi City Court - Practice of 2015-2018

The excessive caseload of common courts of Georgia has been a significant challenge for years. Procedural delays in case processing pose a risk of violating the right to a fair hearing within a reasonable period - the right to a fair trial. In addition, the abundance of cases may have an impact on the quality of judgments and their justification.

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