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Publication Date: 2015

Creating a labour inspectorate

EU-Geirgia Association Agreement Monitoring Report.

AUTHOR: Nino Elbakidze, Article 42 of the Constitution.

Publication Date: 2015

The Phenomenon of Child Brides and its Impact on Georgia’s EU Integration

EU-Geirgia Association Agreement Monitoring Report.

AUTHOR: Ana Abashidze, Partnership for Human Rights 

Publication Date: 2015

Georgian Politics without Women – Quotas as a Solution to the Problem

EU-Geirgia Association Agreement Monitoring Report.

AUTHOR: Babutsa Pataraia, Union “Sapari”

Publication Date: 2015

Georgia’s decade-long challenges of tackling torture

EU-Geirgia Association Agreement Monitoring Report.

AUTHOR: Tsira Chanturia, Penal Reform International.

Publication Date: 2015

Verification of Asset Declarations: Why Georgia Needs It and What International Practice Tells Us

EU-Geirgia Association Agreement Monitoring Report.
Erekle Urushadze, Transparency International Georgia.

Publication Date: 2015

Personal data protection in Georgia and the dialogue on Visa Liberalization with the EU

CRPE Policy Memo, April 2015

Author: Bogdan Manolea, Affiliated Expert, Romanian Center for European Policies

Published with the support of Open Society Georgia Foundation

Publication Date: 2015

The Anti-discrimination system in Georgia in the context of the EU Visa Liberalization Action Plan

CRPE Policy Memo 60, April 2015

Authors: Istvan Haller, Aurora Martin, Roxana Albisteanu, Tamar Dekanosidze
Published with the support of Open Society Georgia Foundation.

The current study examines both the legislative and institutional frameworks, as well as otherinfluences with regard to the Georgian anti-discrimination system, stemming from the work of nationaland international NGOs in this respect, as well as from the support that the EU offers under theNeighbourhood Policy and particularly the Eastern Partnership. 

Publication Date: 2015
Publication Date: 2015



Gavin Slade
Iago Kachkachishvili
Lela Tsiskarishvili
Nika Jeiranashvili
Nino Gobronidze
Advisors: Baroness Vivien Stern, Professor Andrew Coyle 
Published by Open Society Georgia Foundation 

Publication Date: 2015

Access to Public Information in Georgia Information Report № 6 October 2013 – December 2014

The research was implemented in the framework of the project - Database of Public Information - www.opendata.ge by Institute for Development of Freedom of Information.
Prepared by: Levan Avalishvili Giorgi Kldiashvili Nino Merebashvili Goga Tushurashvili Tako Iakobidze Nino Kavtaradze Eliza Kokeladze Salome Tarkhnishvili 


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