• What Do Georgians Think About Public Services?

    What Do Georgians Think About Public Services?

    Quality of roads, public kindergartens, cleaning service and citizen engagement in decision-making are in focus of a research commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Swiss Cooperation Office (SCO) for the South Caucasus and Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) and carried out by the Georgian research company ACT in November 2015. 

    The discussion about key findings of the study on 27 July 2016 brought together representatives of the Georgian Government, Parliament, local authorities, civil society and international organizations.

     

     

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  • Civil Society Releases First Findings of Election Media Monitoring

    Representatives of civil society organizations present first findings of election media monitoring. Photo: Daro Sulakauri/UNDP

    Three civil society organizations – Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics, Internews – Georgia and Civic Development Institute (CDI), released the first media monitoring report ahead of the 8 October Parliamentary elections in Georgia.

    A press conference on July 22, 2016, brought together representatives of the Georgian media, non-governmental and international organizations, and diplomatic missions.

     

     

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  • The implementation of the Law on Early and Preschool Education requires the effective systems for teacher training and monitoring of pre-school standards

    TBILISI, Georgia, 18 July, 2016. The implementation of the Law on Early and Preschool Education was discussed at the conference organized by the Parliament of Georgia with the support of UNICEF. The conference was attended by the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia and the Mayor of Tbilisi as putting the main principles of the Law in practice requires coordinated and more enhanced efforts from the central as well as municipal authorities.  

     

     

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  • The implementation of the Law on Early and Preschool Education requires the effective systems for teacher training and monitoring of pre-school standards

    The implementation of the Law on Early and Preschool Education was discussed at the conference organized by the Parliament of Georgia with the support of UNICEF. The conference was attended by the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia and the Mayor of Tbilisi as putting the main principles of the Law in practice requires coordinated and more enhanced efforts from the central as well as municipal authorities.  

     

     

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  • EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn will visit Georgia on 14 July to speak at “Georgia's European Way” conference in Batumi and visit EU-funded projects in Adjara

    Reflecting the EU's key commitment to cooperation with Georgia, on 14 July Commissioner Hahn will travel to Georgia to deliver the keynote speech at the 13th Batumi International Conference on "Georgia's European Way 2016" together with high ranking Georgian politicians. In addition, he will hold a series of bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, President Giorgi Margvelashvili, Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze and State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Davit Bakradze.

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  • World Humanitarian Day

    World Humanitarian Day

    World Humanitarian Day (WHD) is held every year on 19 August to recognize the aid workers who risk their lives in humanitarian service, to celebrate the spirit of humanitarianism and to mobilize people to advocate for a more humane world.

    This year, WHD will revolve around the theme of ‘One Humanity’, and our shared global responsibility to take action for the more than 130 million people in need of humanitarian assistance around the world.

     

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