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Publication Date: 2016

Georgia’s Energy Sector Are We Prepared to Fulfill the Association Agreement 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: Murman Margvelashvili; on behalf of the NGO World Experience for Georgia (WEG) . Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen    

Publication Date: 2016

Social Work – The Missing Puzzle Piece in Combatting Domestic Violence 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. 
AUTHOR: Babutsa Pataraia; on behalf of the Union "Sapari". Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen   

Publication Date: 2016

Urgent Remedy for the Effectiveness of Labour Inspection - Where does Georgia Stand?

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 "Article 42 of the Constitution".  
Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen  

Publication Date: 2016

Electoral System Reform: A challenge for the 2016 Parliamentary Elections

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 Gogichaishvili; on behalf of the NGO "Partnership for Human Rights". Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen  

Publication Date: 2016

The Government’s Compromise on Violence against Children

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 Gogichaishvili; on behalf of the NGO "Partnership for Human Rights". Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen   

Publication Date: 2016

‘Public Scrutiny of Prisons – Can Unwelcome Democratic Control Prevent Torture?’

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

Judicial reform in Georgia and the Association Agreement Old wine in a new barrel –what has changed?

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; on behalf of the Georgian Young Lawyers' Association (GYLA). Peer review: Kornely Kakachia; Proofreading: Camrin Christensen   

Publication Date: 2016

Ethnic Communities in Georgia: Moving from engagement to empowerment through media

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

Reforming Georgia's Access to Information Law

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

DCFTA Risks and Opportunities for Georgia

This Policy Brief was published by the Open Society Georgia Foundation within theproject "Raising support and enhancing understanding of the Europeanization process inGeorgia: information and communication campaign on EU-Georgia Association Agreement,including DCFTA," supported by the Romanian Government, through the budgetfor Official Development Assistance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implementedin partnership with United Nations Development Programme Bratislava Regional Centre.The project has been implemented with the support of the Romanian Center for EuropeanPolicies between January-June 2016.The content of this document exclusively represents the position of the authors. It doesnot necessarily represent the official position of the financers, of Open Society GeorgiaFoundation or the Romanian Center for European Policies. 


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