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Independence Day of Georgia, 26 May 2016! Congratulations

26 May, 2016

Independence Day of Georgia, 26 May 2016! Congratulations!


Joint Statement on the facts of restricting the rights of Muslim community in Kobuleti

13 October, 2014

The undersigned organizations express their  concern about the revealed facts of intolerance regarding the opening of boarding school for Muslim students in Kobuleti. At the same time they urge the government to implement immediate and effective measures to restore the violated rights of the Muslim community as well as the right to freedom of religion and the right to education. 

Further information can be found on the following page


Analysis of responsibility system of judges

11 August, 2014

Three Georgian non-governmental organizations( EMC, TI and GYLA) prepared report on responsibility system of judges. 
The Research analyses national legislation, as well as international standards and the best practices of other states. 


 

 


Resource centre

03 July, 2014

In CIPDD resource centre you have an opportunity to find „Electoral Systems: A comparative Introduction" by David M. Farrell. This book examines the six principal types of electoral systems currently in use in more than 50 of the world's democracies: single member plurality, alternative vote, two-round systems, list, single transferable vote, and the currently fashionable "mixed" systems, which come in both "proportional" and "majoritarian" forms.   


Guide Book

11 June, 2014

EMC has prepared the guide book for the women candidates. The aim of the book is to increase women political participation in the local self-government elections.
Further information can be found on the following page  

 

 

 


Amendments to the law on Public Service

04 June, 2014

The Parliament considered changes to the Law on Public Service introduced by Gia Zhorzholiani and Vakhtang Khmaladze. 
Further information can be found on the following page 


Resource Centre

22 January, 2014

In CIPDD resource centre you have  an opportunity to find Strategies for Central and Eastern Europe“ edited by Andrzej K. Kozminski  and George S. Yip. The book provides a unique and cutting-edge analysis of the future for big business in the former Soviet states of Central and Eastern Europe. The dramatic political changes of the 1990s were swiftly accompanied by high levels of foreign investment. However, many multinational companies are still grappling with the integration of the region into their global strategy. This book responds to their difficulties and provides a framework for the development of successful global, regional and country strategies. Chapters by regional experts provide specific practical guidance on the local economic, trade, institutional and cultural factors affecting successful implementation. They look at Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, and the Ukraine. Star ratings summarize the opportunities in each country and include lists of top investors, exporters, multinationals and local companies in the region.


Resource Centre

27 December, 2013

In CIPDD resource centre you have  an opportunity to find various issues of magazines: The Economist, The New Yorker, Time, Fortune, Newsweek... 


Resource Centre

21 December, 2013

In CIPDD resource centre you have  an opportunity to find "Comparing Local Governance: Trends and Developments" edited by Bas Denters and Lawrence E.Rose. This book provides a broad-ranging assessment of continuities and change in the condition of local governance in the western industrialized world; leading experts from a wide range of countries demonstrate the whole spectrum of types and models of local government systems and networks. A central focus is on the impact of public management reforms, new forms of community governance and changes in central-local relations. 


Resource Centre

10 December, 2013

In CIPDD resource centre you have  an opportunity to find Dawid Friedrich's book "Democratic participation and civil society in the European Union". This book challenges the widespread optimism about civil society participation in European governance and offers a nuanced and realistic evaluation of its democratic potential. It demonstrates that the participation of civil society organization cannot be conceived as a panacea for the European Union's democratic deficit. This book will be of interest to all of those concerned about the future of European democracy, those studying and teaching European politics, the European Union, international relations, and democratic theory.

 


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