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“Strength is in Europe” TV-Show Resumed

ACCESS continues to support the #Strength is in Europe TV rubric as part of the “Other Midday” TV show broadcast on Saturdays on the Rustavi 2 TV channel. The bi-weekly

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EWMI ACCESS Funds New Citizen Engagement Projects in Georgian Regions

In February 2018, EWMI ACCESS identified the winners of its Citizen Outreach Grants program. This small grants competition targeted Georgian Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to work on local issues and

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Mobilizing Women in Ozurgeti Municipality to Advocate for Their Needs

EWMI ACCESS Grantee, Women for Regional Development (WRD) based in the village of Dvabzu of Ozurgeti municipality, has mobilized local women voters to help them identify their needs and empower

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CiDA’s Efforts Lead to Increased Cooperation between Civil Society Organizations and the Private Sector

EWMI ACCESS supports Civil Development Agency (CiDA) to build organizational and advocacy capacities of the regional civil society organizations and to facilitate the network of regional civil society organizations (R-CSN). 

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CSO Transparency Award

On December 19, nine Georgian Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) were awarded the CSO Transparency Prize. These organizations are: Transparency International-Georgia (Tbilisi), Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (Tbilisi), Georgian Charter

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Non-Profit Management Training Program Graduation Ceremony

For the third consecutive year, EWMI ACCESS’ partner – Center for Training and Consultancy (CTC) is delivering a 5-month certified training program for CSO managers in Management of Non-Profit Organizations.

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Talks on Women Voters’ Needs

ACCESS Grantee, the Journalist’s Network for Gender Equality has recently completed the project it implemented since July 2017. The project targeted all 10 regions of Georgia and aimed at identifying the priorities

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A Systemic Approach towards Creating an Inclusive Working Environment

   “We all have certain limitations. What matters most is to have an open and unhindered working environment, rather than limiting people’s abilities.” People living with disabilities in Georgia struggle

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Media Centers on the Front Lines of the Election-Related Activities

The pre-election period has been a busy time for Election Media Centers which operate at the Centers for Civic Engagement in 10 cities of Georgia. In October, 2017 the Election

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Focus on Needs of Women Voters in Georgian Regions

  Despite the fact that women represent majority of all registered voters in Georgia (53, 7%), their participation in elections and political processes is very low. Due to their low