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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% of Georgians having access to the Internet, until recently the

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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 analysis of air quality data in Tbilisi. GASR compared the

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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 out with support from EWMI ACCESS. In order to attract

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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 citizens about the status of rehabilitation works taking place in

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Evaluation of the Vehicle Periodic Technical Inspection (PTI) Reform in Georgia

In January 2018, the government of Georgia launched a nationwide PTI reform, using a phased-out approach. Initially it was applicable only to certain types of vehicles. Since January 2019, inspection

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Access to Public Information

On 3rd of May, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) presented its 2018 report on access to public information in Georgia and awarded 43 top open public institutions.

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Civic Initiatives in Kvemo Kartli

On April 4, CSO Orbeliani Georgia announced the winners of competition for youth volunteer projects. The competition “I Act, I Engage, I Belong” was announced for ethnic-Azeri youth from 11 villages

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Winners of Citizen Outreach Grants Program

In March, EWMI ACCESS announced the winners of its Citizen Outreach Grants (COG) contest. They are: 1. Center for Civic Activities – the purpose of the project is to empower the

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Women’s History Month in Regions of Georgia

The Network of Centers for Civic Engagement (NCCE), with the support from EWMI ACCESS, marked Women’s History Month in 10 regions of Georgia throughout March. Women’s History Month is celebrated

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Supporting Green Advocacy Platform

On February 15, leading Georgian environmental and advocacy CSOs, including Green Alternative, Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA), and Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC) launched the first Civil Society