#ReportEU – “Slow steps to sustainable development”

By Lela AlaniaOriginally posted at KhobiNewsPrepared in the framework of the project – #ReportEU SMEs from Samegrelo try to meet the DCFTA requirements and export their products to the EU market....
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#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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Reporting on EU-Related Issues by Local Media Outlets in Georgia: Effectiveness of Government-Media Cooperation #ReportEU

Levan Kakhishvili Informing the public about the European Union (EU) (its functions, goals, etc.) is a complex task. Given its scope, this task cannot be exclusive to government agencies. In its own efforts, the government of Georgia needs partners to disseminate information....
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Informing the Public About the EU: The Media Practitioners from Georgia, Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic Share Experiences #ReportEU

Ekaterine Basilaia, Filip Pazderski, Dr. Petra Kuchyňková, Jan Cingel This report was commissioned in view of the deepening political polarization, rising populism, growing Euroscepticism and anti-Western movements as well as concerns over fake news, disinformation and propaganda in the media in t...
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GIP hold a seminar for young journalists and students on EU Foreign Policy and DCFTA implementation in Georgia

On May 22, 2019 The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) conducted a seminar for young journalists and students at Grigol Robakidze University, who are interested in EU Foreign Policy  and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) implementation in Georgia....
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