Within the framework of the project “Georgia on European Way” the Georgian Institute of Politics is conducting opinion polls in the following regions: Shida Kartli, Kvemo Kartli, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti (Ambrolauri, Lentekhi). Opinion polls aim to analyse SMEs in regions of Georgia – their fields of interests, possibilities and awareness about the DCFTA.
On the invitation of the European Leadership Network, GIP Director Kornely Kakachia participated in international conference held on 6-7 September in Berlin. The conference was co-hosted by the federal minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany.
24 non-governmental organizations based in Georgia address an open letter to the Vice-President of the United States.
Dear Vice President Pence,
We, the undersigned, the representatives of Georgian civil society organizations would like to address you ahead of your visit to Georgia, (more…)...
The Georgian Institute of Politics hosted Black Sea summer school from July 20th to 26th at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. “EU and the Black Sea region: new realities and a changing geopolitical context” was the main topic of the academic program, around which various important subjects were discussed, such as: the wider Black Sea region in the global context, the European Union and geopolitics of the Black Sea, the challenges for Eastern Partnership and European integration, Georgian foreign policy, foreign policy in the Wider Black sea region, etc. (more…)...
EU and the Black Sea Region: New Realities and a Changing Geopolitical Context
Tbilisi, July 20-26, 2017
Working Language: English
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NGOs : The decision made by the Supreme Court strengthens the doubts concerning the interference of the government in the court decision making process
We are deeply concerned by the decision, made on March 2 by the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court of Georgia, stating that the owner of Rustavi 2 shares will become Kibar Khalvashi (60%) and Ltd Panorama (40%).
The Georgian Institute of Politics asked up to 30 Georgian and international engaged observers and experts about the prospects for Georgia’s future following the October parliamentary elections. (more…)...
How were MPs of Georgia’s new parliament elected, who hold leadership positions and what is the general structure of our new Parliament?
To answer these questions and make the information easily accessible, Georgian Institute of Politics is presenting – New Parliament at a Glance. (more…)...
The German Federal Foreign Office sponsored the participation of about 20 OSCE Network members, including Georgian Institute of Politics, who had actively participated in 2016 Network projects, to come and present their project results at the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg on 8/9 December 2016.
On September 19-23 Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University hosted the autumn school – “EU’s Policies Towards the East: Deepening, Widening, Bridging the Gap?”
On September 13 the winners of GIP online quiz were awarded with special prizes.
Online quize was part of the project “Raising Electoral Awareness Among Georgian Youth” (more…)...
On September 6-7 civil society leaders and experts from Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine gathered in Lopota to discuss the state of reforms in the framework of Association Agreements (AA) in the three countries.