“Information broadcasted on the air of various TV Companies indicates that no group, circle of people, the individual is protected from the control and surveillance of the State Security Service in the country”, - is noted in the statement released by the organization.
Young people of Machkhaani decided to take care of inheritance left by their ancestors. With the help of the “Knowledge Café”, they formed an initiative group and started working to give a second life to the theater. Second Life - this is the name of the campaign that local activists launched to solve the main problem faced by the theater.
According to information released by Social Justice Center, deprivation of the right of ethnic Georgians to receive education in their own language in Gali took the most severe forms.
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. Social Justice Center Appeals to Court to Suspend Construction of Namakhvani HPP and Revoke Construction Permit.
By the organization, ‘The construction permit was unjustifiably issued by the LEPL Technical and Construction Supervision Agency of the Ministry of Economy on April 22, 2020, with gross violations of legal requirements. According to a lawsuit filed by the Social Justice Center, the permitting agency grossly violated the requirements of the law and issued a construction permit without proper justification on an exceptional basis'.
Source: The webpage of the organization
The web portal CsoGeorgia.org releases a weekly newsletter of grants competition, contests, vacancies, fellowships, and tenders for civil society organizations, and for any interested person.
Tbilisi. Fair Labor Platform responds to an initiative of the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs of Georgia to use the assistance of the Labor Inspection Service and inspect the status of labor and wage rights of healthcare workers employed in the hospital sector.
“Despite the delayed response from the agencies, we welcome this initiative and hope that it will be followed by effective steps resulting in improvement of working conditions of medical personnel”, - the platform states, - “The COVID-19 pandemic significantly worsened already tough working conditions of healthcare workers (especially nurses and attendants). In the circumstances of the pandemic, they appeared to be unprotected. According to data of “Georgian Trade Unions Confederation”, 23 nurses died of COVID-infection while on duty, and the named number reflects only the data available on their database. Both the state and private hospital sectors, which for years were focused on shifting the health care service from public good to business profit logic, confronted the coronavirus pandemic completely unprepared. This was especially evident in the personnel and labor policy”.
Tbilisi. The US Embassy in Georgia published the highlight how the United States works with Georgia to develop its tourism industry...
Source: The page in the social network
EaP is now collecting information on civil society needs in the Eastern Partnership countries to better adapt to the opportunities we will be offering in the coming years... The results obtained will help the organization to better identify future offers. For this, CSOs and civil society activists are offered to complete a special questionnaire.
‘By completing our survey below, you will help us better understand what you need in your civil society organization or as civil society activists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, or Ukraine. You will help us better tailor our activities and the opportunities we will be offering you in the coming three and a half years', - is mentioned in the information on the Eap’s webpage.
Source: The webpage of the organization
Tbilisi. GYLA monitors pre-election processes within the framework of a long-term observation mission through 9 regional offices. They are in Tbilisi, Adjara, Guria, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Imereti, Shida Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti, Kvemo Kartli, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, and Kakheti.
An interim report on the 2021 local self-government elections covers the results of monitoring conducted from May 1 through July 31. GYLA accounted for several problematic cases during the reporting period, one part of which is related to the use of public resources by the ruling party for electoral purposes, while the other one – to the dismissal of a public servant from work for adversarial views.
Source: The website of the organization
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