There is a wooden house in the village of Lagvanta in Oni, which is decorated with ornaments characterizing Odas from Racha. Its history begins 250 years ago and is related to the Japaridze family, they possessed a prison and a church in the village.
The Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies publishes a new article within the framework of the project – “Russian expansion in the Caucasus and Georgia”. Part VIII - Two Russias (Myth or Reality?).
Public Defender presented a special report written on the basis of monitoring of access of population to primary health care services. The monitoring was conducted within the framework of the “Village Doctor” state program.
The web portal www.csogeorgia.org was created to exchange information, improve communication, and share the resources among civil society organizations (CSOs). This virtual space will enable the representatives of public, international organizations, and any interested persons to obtain information on CSOs and their activities, i.e. to get familiar with out work, by spending the minimum time and energy.
Tbilisi. Within the Tolerance Week marked by the #USAID’s PITA Program, we continue sharing series of videos “Tolerance is…”
What does tolerance mean? On Tolerance’s week, listen to an actor and TV presenter, Baia Dvalishvili.
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Tbilisi. Institute for Development of Freedom of Information publishes an article: Covid-19 and Constitutional Review: Assessment of the Effectiveness of the constitutional of Georgia.
“15 complaintson the restrictions related to the pandemic have already been filed during last 8 month. The Constitutional Court of Georgia has not issued any judgments on these lawsuits. Over the last 6 months, the Court has shown minimal and purely symbolic activity in regard to the cases related to the pandemic”, is noted in the statement.
Tbilisi. The Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC), within the framework of the USAID/Georgia Good Governance Initiative (GGI Georgia), has conducted a study: COVID-19 epidemic - Is response adequate to danger?
Is lockdown a solution?..
Did restrictive measures protect countries from the epidemic?
What were the consequences of the strict lockdown policy in the areas of healthcare and economy?
The answers to these questions can be found in the publication...
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Tbilisi. The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) publishes a blog post: The Overview of the Memory Politics of Georgia. In this report, IDFI discussed the memory politics of independent Georgia since 1991, achievements and challenges in the three basic directions – legal dimension, institutional dimension, and memorial dimension. Based on the report, it can be argued that there are challenges in the three directions.
“First of all, one of the most important challenges is that 80% of KGB documents were destroyed during the Tbilisi Civil War, which makes the full-scale lustration almost impossible in Georgia. Moreover, the assumption that part of the archives may still be preserved in Russia should be considered. This could possess particular threats for Georgia within the context of tense relations between Russia and Georgia”, - is mentioned in the report.
Tbilisi. The Public Defender of Georgia calls on both the ruling party and the opposition parties participating in the elections to immediately launch negotiations in order to find a way out of the political crisis caused by the election violations.
UNDP is pleased to announce RFP-Conceptual Framework for monitoring LULUCF.
Georgian Farmers Association is pleased to announce Tender on Web Page Development.
CENN is pleased to announce an opening for the position of Project Assistant.
USAID/Agriculture Program makes a call for Nursery Phytosanitary Expert.