Program aims to strengthen the demand for democracy at a grassroots level and to create the necessary basis for political pluralism, also advance Georgia into a more effective, sustainable and consolidated democracy.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Good Governance in Georgia (G3) program aims to address governance at the local and central levels, in order to improve institutional accountability in relationships with citizens and civil society, and increase the overall performance and effectiveness of the partner institutions.
UN development programs in conflict regions to work directly with the local population. Our main focus is people and their social and economic regards. We encourage and help restore confidence in the crisis-affected population.
By engaging with EU institutions, making use of Eastern Partnership instruments, OSGF together with its partners will leverage the decision making process in Georgia, and hold the government to greater degrees of accountability. Together with its partners OSGF will advocate for the adoption of the legislation to fight against discrimination, to protect minority rights and to safeguard personal data from misuse. The Foundation will support CSOs to explore EU/Georgia Association Agenda to present evidence-based research and advocate for policy change.
The Council of Europe Programme to support Georgia in view of the 2012 (parliamentary), 2013 (presidential) and 2014 (local) elections aims to assist Georgia in a full cycle of elections by addressing several elements of the electoral framework, as recommended in reports of the OSCE/ODIHR and the Council of Europes Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) as well as by the Election Observation reports made by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) and the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe (CLRAE).