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Publication Date: 2016

Social Partnership without Governmental Support

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. AUTHORS: Nino Elbakidze, Tinatin Nadareishvili, on behalf of the NGO "Article 42 of the Constitution"; Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Maternity and Parenting – Georgia’s Forgotten Obligations

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. 
AUTHOR: Babutsa Pataraia, on behalf of the Union "Sapari"; Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Voices of Children Failing to Reach the State – Shadow Childcare System in Georgia

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. 
AUTHORS: Anna Abashidze, Anna Arganashvili, Nana Gochiashvili, on behalf of the NGO"Partnership for Human Rights"; Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Systemic capacity building of the media regulatory authorities in Georgia: A hierarchy of needs

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. 
AUTHOR: Maia Mikashavidze, on behalf of the GeorgianInstitute of Public Affairs; Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Ensuring the Transparency and Efficiency of Energy Subsidies in Georgia: an Agenda for Reforms

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project “monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations” funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor.
AUTHOR: Murman Margvelashvili, on behalf of the NGO WorldExperience for Georgia (WEG); Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Mapping Structural Reform: Challenges to Composition of Precinct Election Commissions in Georgia

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. 

AUTHORS: Elene Nizharadze, on behalf of the International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED), Peer review: Kornely Kakachia, Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Is effective investigation feasible without proper evidence?

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. 

AUTHOR: Tsira Chanturia, on behalf of the Penal Reform International, Peer review: Kornely Kakachia,  Proofreading: Camrin Christensen

Publication Date: 2016

Reform of Prosecutor’s Office in Georgia: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor. 

AUTHOR: Ana Natsvlishvili, Ekaterine Tsimakuridze, on behalf of the Georgian Young Lawyers' Association (GYLA), Peer review: Kornely Kakachia, Proofreading: Camrin Christensen 

Publication Date: 2016

Ensuring Ethical Behaviour in Georgia’s Public Sector: Rules, Training and Enforcement

This policy brief is prepared in the framework of the project "monitoring implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement by coalition of civil society organizations" funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The document does not necessarily reflect the views of the donor.

AUTHOR: Erekle Urushadze, on behalf of the Transparency International Georgia, Peer review: Kornely Kakachia, Proofreading: Camrin Christensen   

Publication Date: 2016

First Children’s Hospice in Georgia

The hospice is a place where people with incurable disease get palliative care services. Thepalliative care is all about improving quality of lives of those who are terminally ill andwhose unfortunate fate is already determined. Children's hospice is a place (homely atmosphere) specifically designed for the children(0-18) who are not expected to reach adulthood due to incurable disease. The basic conceptof Children's Hospice is to create friendly and comfortable atmosphere, where in additionto caring personnel great importance is attached to the environment and interior.At the moment when kids and their parents realize that there is no way to cure the disease,palliative care plays the huge role in mitigating psychological, physical, emotional situation.Hospice team tries its best to make kids happy, alleviate pain and help their dreamscome true. 


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