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NGO representatives visit TI office

20 May, 2011

From May 16-19, representatives from NGOs from Moldova, Ukraine and the Baltic States visited Georgia. The goal of their visit was to learn how civil society organizations and the NGO sector work in Georgia, and what the main challenges are for them.

Mestia meeting description

18 May, 2011

From May 4-8, 2011, Transparency International (TI) Georgia staff members were in Mestia, and conducted meetings with the local population. Problems regarding property rights and their potential solutions were discussed during those meetings. During

Documentary Film screening at TI office

13 May, 2011

On May 10, Transparency International Georgia invited representatives of embassies and various international organizations for a screening of two investigative movies on violation of property rights in Georgia. The movies were shown with English subt

Spring 2011 Work Card

11 May, 2011

This is Transparency International Georgia’s first Work Card on Georgia. It provides a summary assessment of the key areas in the country that are of crucial importance to the development of a transparent, accountable and democratic state. The Work C

Electoral Code Reform

06 May, 2011

Last October, the Election Code Working Group (ECWG) – a body involving the ruling National Movement and opposition parties – was formed as a negotiating forum where the various parties could propose amendments to the law on elections. Last October,

A list of lobbyists registered at Parliament since 2003

02 May, 2011

Following a request of TI Georgia, the Parliament's administration sent us this list of those individual and legal persons that were registered since 2003 to present in accordance with the Law of Georgia on lobbying activities in the Parliament of Ge