Integration of National Minorities in Georgia

2017-05-10

6698Cover_ENG_001.pngAuthors: Kristine Margvelashvili, Ana Tsiklauri, Levan Kakhishvili, Diana Bogishvili, Irina Osepashvili (2017)

This publication is a combination of four policy papers and is commissioned by the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) and OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities (OSCE-HCNM). The publication is based on research carried out by the professionals of relevant fields and addresses important challenges of the national minorities’ social-political integration in Georgia.

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2017-05-04

Ranking of Gender Equality among Political Parties of Georgia

2017-04-26

9881Research_cover_def def_1_001.pngAuthors: Bakur Kvashilava, Khatia Gogilashvili (2017)

In 2014, the first Ranking of Gender Equality among Political Parties was produced by NIMD office in Eastern European Neighborhood. This is the second ranking and it covers the years of 2015-2016.

The gender equality index of political parties produces its assessment of political parties in three dimensions - electoral, institutional and programmatic. Each of these dimensions consists of a set of indicators to which pre-determined weights are assigned and the resulting aggregate can be used to create a common index of gender equality in political parties.

 

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2016-06-20

Guidebook: European Union and Georgia

2014-11-06

Authors: Mikheil Mirziashvili and Ivane Chkhikvadze

The Guidebook is prepared in partnership by Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy and European Partnership for Democracy.

The Guidebook is a summary version of the Association Agreement between the EU and Georgia. It also covers history of EU-Georgia relations, key EU institutions and responds to the myths about the EU in Georgia.

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Local Self-Government. Political Party Finance. Women and Security

2014-03-21

1911aa.jpgNino Kakubava & Tamunia Chincharauli, Ketevan Bolkvadze, Rusudan Kervalishvili (2014)

This publication is a combination of three policy papers commissioned by the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy in cooperation with the European Partnership for Democracy. The content is devoted to the issues of political party finance, local self-government and women’s participation in politics. These topics are at the center of policy debates in Georgia. 
Ketevan Bolkvadze’s paper draws the comparison of Armenian and Georgian system of political funding and provides recommendations on how they can be reformed. Nino Kakubava and Tamunia Chincharauli analyze legislative and institutional aspects of participation. Rusudan Kervalishvili’s paper is about women’s engagement in peace and security. It goes through the international obligations of Georgia and draws recommendations on how to better materialize them. 
The policy papers are based on research carried out by professionals of relevant fields and address three critically important challenges of the current Georgian politics.

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