#ReportEU – “Hazard for Population from Concrete Factory on Shanidze 1st Alley in Batumi – Years-long Story of Harming People and the Environment”

By Nazibrola Rekhviashvili Originally posted at FactCheck Prepared in the framework of the project – #ReportEU A concrete factory on Batumi’s Shanidze 1st Alley has been operating for several years. There are 180 families living nearby and multi-storeyed residential blocks within a few metre...
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GIP Held a Project Closing Conference – “Communicating EU: the Role of Media in Georgia and the Visegrad Countries”

On July 4, 2019 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) hosted a media conference – “Communicating EU: the role of media in Georgia and the Visegrad countries” #ReportEU – at the Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi....
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Upcoming | Project Closing Conference – “Communicating EU: the Role of Media in Georgia and the Visegrad Countries”

On July 4, 2019 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) is hosting a media conference – “Communicating EU: the role of media in Georgia and the Visegrad countries” #ReportEU – at the Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi. The conference brings together think tanks and researchers from Geor...
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Press Release: Upcoming seminar in Batumi for young journalists and students: Georgia’s foreign policy, identity and the EU

On February 1, 2019 The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) will conduct a seminar for young journalists and students in Batumi, who are interested in Georgia’s foreign policy and the EU-Georgia relations. The event will be organized in cooperation with “Batumelebi” and Batumi State Univ...
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Press Release: Training in Batumi for journalists, editors and NGO representatives working in the western part of Georgia

On January 31 – February 1, 2019 the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) organizes training for journalists, editors and NGO representatives working in the western part of Georgia who are interested in EU-Georgia relations. The event will take place in “Era Palace” Batumi. Training is a part ...
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“Empowering Regional Journalists for Fact-Based Reporting on Euro-Atlantic Integration” – US Embassy

Project Donor: US Embassy Project Timeframe: 01/09/2017 – 1/07/2018 Project’s Budget: 23,400 USD Project Partners: Atlantic Council of Georgia The project aims to empower journalists in Georgia’s regions and minority-populated areas, through training, re-granting and study trip, to positively ...
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