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Responding to Russian Disinformation: the Case of Georgia – Overview of Non-State Actors’ Activities

During May-August 2019, EWMI ACCESS commissioned a study into the activities of Georgian non-state actors in regard to responding to

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Teachers for Critical Thinking Development

Over the past few months, EWMI ACCESS has supported the Tbilisi-based CSO Education for All Georgia to carry out a

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Ukana Pshavi and Piraketa Khevsureti Go on the Internet for the Very First Time

While, according to the official statistics, Georgia is one of the most connected countries across the globe with over 71%

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Air Quality Analysis in Tbilisi

On June 11, 2019, EWMI ACCESS grantee The Georgian Alliance for Safe Roads (GASR) presented the results of their comparative

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Campaign in Support of Building the “Knowledge Café” in Tsnori

In May 2019, a large-scale social campaign to raise funds to build the Knowledge Café in Tsnori (Kakheti) was rolled

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Protecting Tbilisi’s Cultural Heritage

On May 9, the Georgian Young Lawyer’s Association (GYLA) and Tiflis Hamkari organized a civic festival in Tbilisi to inform

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All too often civil society development happens in conference rooms and offices, far removed from beneficiaries, especially from those residing

With Georgia facing a complicated position in the context of world politics, the country has firmly chosen its way westward.