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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. 

Publication Date: 2016


The Study report was prepared with financial support of the Open Society Georgia Foundation. TheReport does not necessarily reflect the views of the Open Society Georgia Foundation. So, theFoundation is not responsible for the content of the report. 

Publication Date: 2016

The Procedural Rights of Suspects in Georgia

Besarion Bokhashvili
Giorgi Mshvenieradze
Irakli Kandashvili 

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

Reform of Witness Interrogation Rules in Georgia


Giorgi Burjanadze
Giorgi Chitidze
Nika Jeiranashvili

Publication Date: 2015

Local Self Government in Georgia 1991-2014

The paper has been developed within the frame of the project Civil Society for Decentralization administered by the International Centre for Civic CultureThe project is implemented with the financial support of Open Society - Georgia Foundation
Editorial Board: Tinatin Bolkvadze Konstantine Kandelaki David Losaberidze (Editor in Chief) Tamar Chikovani

Publication Date: 2015

Reform of the Prosecutor’s Office in Georgia – what is at stake?

EU-Georgia  Association Agreement Monitoring Report.

AUTHOR: Ana Natsvlishvili, Georgian Young Lawyer’s Association 

Publication Date: 2015

Creating a labour inspectorate

EU-Geirgia Association Agreement Monitoring Report.

AUTHOR: Nino Elbakidze, Article 42 of the Constitution.


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