Transparency International Georgia responds to the recent frequent assaults on journalists. According to the representatives of the TV Obiektivi, their journalist and crew were attacked on March 20 while shooting one of the construction sites.
Signatory organizations responding to the assault and insult of the journalists of “Rustavi 2 “ by the representatives of “Georgian marsh” movement.Freedom of expression and freedom of media is guaranteed by both the Georgian Constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights. The form of the protest should not go beyond the standards set by the law and should not include any form of violence.
Addressing High-Level Corruption in Georgia: Progress Toward Meeting the EU-Georgia Association Agenda Commitments
Together with its partner organizations, Transparency International Georgia continues to monitor the implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and Association Agenda. Under this project, which is coordinated by the Open Society Georgia Foundation, our studies focus the parts of the relevant documents dedicated to anti-corruption policy and public administration reform.
TI Georgia continues its research into the proactive publication of public information by municipalities. We present to you the information on how the Chiatura Municipality fulfills the obligation to proactively publish information.The research has resulted in the following findings: