On this page you can view different types of publications prepared by the grantee organizations and books published in the framework of OSGF’s in-house projects. You can search for the publications through phrase, date, document type and alphabet.

Full version of some publications can not be obtained here. For that you’ll need visit the online library which contains more than 1,000 titles of books on different subjects which you can search by means of the Digital Index.

Publication Date: 2018

Addressing High-Level Corruption in Georgia: Progress Toward Meeting the EU-Georgia Association Agenda Commitments

This policy brief covers a period of January-November, 2017 
Author: Erekle Urushadze On behalf of Transparency International Georgia. Peer review by Dr. Tobias Schumacher

Publication Date: 2017

Enforcement of Anti-discrimination legislation to ensure equality for persons with disabilities

In 2014 the Parliament of Georgia adopted the law on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination, whichis an important step forward in the modernization of the Georgian legal space. This further enhances the standardsof protection of human rights and equality rights in the country and provides an additional mechanismfor restoring violated rights. 

Publication Date: 2017

Assessing the Prospects for Transitional Justice in Georgia

ICTJ assists societies confronting massive human rights abuses to promote accountability, pursue truth, provide reparations, and build trustworthy institutions. 
Author: Howard Varney
The International Center for Transitional Justice gratefully acknowledges the fi nancial support of the Foundation to Promote Open Society, which made the research, drafting, and publication of this report possible.

Publication Date: 2015

Assessing the First Year of Georgia's Implementation of the Association Agenda- Progress and Opportunities in the Political Sphere

Published with the support of the Open Society Georgia Foundation. The study has been conducted by informal coalition of local NGOs. 

December, 2015.

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

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 

Publication Date: 2013

Access to Public Information in Georgia Informational Bulletin № 5 2012-2013

Author: Constantine Janjghava (Project Lawyer)
Co-Author: Goga Tushurashvili (Project Analyst)
Editor: Levan Avalishvili (Project Director) 
Financial support - Foundation „Open Society Georgia"  

Publication Date: 2013

Turning Goals into Reality- Annual Report 2012


The Annual Report puts together major activities of the Foundation, its grantees and partners during 2012. While reading the publication, you will clearly see the Foundation's impact over time. The report includes three parts: Themes in Focus, Stories of Beneficiaries, Blogs by the Foundation's Staff and Grantees.

Managing Editor: Ana Toklikishvili, Open Society Georgia Foundation
Story Writer and Editor- Jo McPhillips 
Human Stories Writer- Nana Sajaia

Published: March 2013 



More publications


More news and announcements