NETWORKS AND PLATFORMS

Number of organizations by region

All Regions

1109 Organization

Organization

CSO's ACTIVITY FIELD

კატეგორია: განათლება
რეგიონი: კახეთი
სულ მოიძებნა: 150 ორგანიზაცია

No to Phobia

No to Phobia
  • Address: 34/36 Kobuleti St. Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Phone: (995 32) 211 20 26
  • Website: notophobia.ge
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Civil Society platform No to Phobia! was established by 13 non-governmental organizations on May 7, 2014. The purpose of the platform: To enable a close cooperation of non-governmental organizations towards eliminating expressions of all forms of discrimination and hate speech in Georgian politics and media.

Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Georgian National Platform

 Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Georgian National Platform
  • Address: Shota Rustaveli Ave. 50–1, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Website: eap-csf.ge
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Georgian National Platform of Eastern Partnership is an association of local and international non-commercial legal entities registered in Georgia, aiming to promote and implement the Eastern Partnership goals initiated by the European Union in its eastern neighborhood.

IDP NGO Network Synergy

IDP NGO Network Synergy
  • Website: www.facebook.com/idpsynergy
  • Email: [email protected]
  • The network was founded in 2000 and includes 19 non-governmental organization. The Network's aim is conflict resolution and promotion of refugees participation in political processes.

Eurasia Partnership Network

Eurasia Partnership Network
  • Website: www.eurasia.org/PartnerFoundations
  • The Network unites: New Eurasia Foundation, Eurasia Partnership Foundation, East Europe Foundation, Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia, and the Eurasia Foundation.

This Affects You Too

This Affects You Too
  • Website: www.facebook.com/esshengexeba
  • The public campaign ‘This Affects You Too’ is the initiative of civil society groups. It was launched in 2012, in order to change the election legislation through active citizen participation. The campaign was resumed in 2014, this time to change illicit practices and legislation regarding covert surveillance, and wiretapping, as well as to end prevalent forms of illegal mass surveillance.

Georgian Harm Reduction Network

 Georgian Harm Reduction Network