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.
Aims to provide expertise, build competences, advocate and raise awareness among policy makers, legal professionals, law enforcement agencies and civil society organisations
Integration in the European Union is Georgia’s foreign policy priority and a driver of governance reforms. It gives impetus to promote changes in the country and serves as an important platform for bringing together different civil society organizations. In June 2014, the EU and Georgia signed an Association Agreement (AA), which entered into force on July 1, 2016. The AA is labeled as modernization and Europeanization plan of the country, which sets the benchmarks that Georgia has to achieve for further integration to the European Union. AA creates a framework for promoting internal reforms in the fields of equality, rule of law, human rights, fight against corruption, etc.