Legal guide about the rights of foreign citizens in Georgia

22 November 2018
GDI is implementing the project “Combating racism and xenophobia in the sphere of the student migration by the strategic litigation” with the financial support of Open Society Georgia Foundation. The project aim is to promote the decrease of the rascal and xenophobic attitudes against fo ...
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Digital Economy: New Opportunity For A Greater Intergation With European Union

07 December 2017
After securing visa-liberalization, plans on Geor-gia’s agenda for further development of relations with the EU have become more far-reaching and ambitious. The ultimate goal of the country is to become a member of the Union. In the meantime, it is important that both sides identify untapped p ...
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How to Stop the “Creeping Occupation”

19 July 2017
Author: Amb. Valeri Chechelashvili, the Senior Fellow of the Rondeli Foundation Never has foreign policy been so important for ensuring the security of the Georgian state, as it is today and never have not only politicians, diplomats and experts, but the general population of the country as well, r ...
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Alert on Deterioration of Democracy in Georgia

27 June 2017
Dear Member of the European Parliament,  We are sending this message on behalf of 30 civil society organisations to alert you on some very damaging actions by the ruling political party in Georgia, which does adversely affect the quality of democracy in the country and is a dangerous atte ...
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Guiding Principles for Local Self-Governmental Institutions

16 June 2017
How does self-governance work in Georgia? How are the functions divided between different institutions? The Civil Service Bureau of Georgia releases the guiding principles of functional analysis of local self-governance and organisational arrangement of public institutions. The document is prepared ...
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Why are Sustainable Development Goals Important?

15 June 2017
Author: Marina Gurbo - Independent Consultant, Supporting the Implemention of UN Sustainable Development Goals in Georgia project Why are Sustainable Development Goals important? One of the frequent questions about the SDGs – why we need one more framework when there are internatio ...
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Legal Analysis of the Draft Constitutional Amendments with regard to Provisions on Freedom of Religion

23 May 2017
The following organizations working on matters concerning freedom of religion, Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC), Tolerance and Diversity Institute (TDI), Georgian Democracy Initiative (GDI), UN association of Georgia (UNAG), Media Development Foundation (MDF) request you to conside ...
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Congressional Delegation in Georgia: Meeting with President Gamsakhurdia’s Opposition

18 May 2017
IDFI continues to publish declassified secret documents from U.S. institutions. This time we present document sent from U.S. Embassy in Moscow to the State Department in September 1991. The document describes meeting of the congressional delegation with the representatives of the opposition. Accord ...
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CIA Documents

11 May 2017
In 2010, at the request of IDFI, its American partner the National Security Archive asked for declassification of the documents presented below. The analytical materials are prepared by CIA and discuss the first President of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia. The documents contain biographical information, ...
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Operational Guideline On Investigation and Prevention of Crimes based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

10 May 2017
In Georgia, in the recent years, the increase in crimes motivated by intolerance exposed a critical need for the government to work out an effective fighting strategy, and implement it in practice. Nonexistence of a united and goal-oriented plan and strategy against discriminatory crimes, along with ...
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04 December 2018
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