Transparency International Georgia continues to highlight events unfolding around Anaklia Port as the construction of this port is important for Georgia’s national interests. We published the first article concerning this issue on 15 Febr
Georgia’s Anti-Corruption Policy Fails To Fulfill Association Agreement and Association Agenda Commitments
A policy paper by Transparency International Georgia examines the situation in Georgia in terms of corruption in the context of the commitments which the country has made under the EU Association Agreement and Association Agenda.The Association
Statements made in 2016 about the construction of the Technological University of Kutaisi and a large infrastructure project, the Dream Town, were followed by a positive response of the public. The authorities assessed both projects as very imp
Recent statements by government representatives about the necessity to initiate legislative amendments to combat fake news and hate speech may lead to restriction of critical opinion and overall high standard of freedom of expression.The follow
On the basis of open sources and by requesting public information in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region, TI Georgia has conducted monitoring of the implementation of large infrastructure projects which were planned in the past five years.