On April 17, Information Center on NATO and EU hosted a presentation of the Georgian Reforms Associates (GRASS) “Propaganda Made-to-Measure: How our Vulnerabilities Facilitate Russian Influence”.A new GlobalFocus Center study by a multidisciplinary, multinational team, of the permeability of countries in the Black Sea region to malign influence and propaganda and the associated Propaganda Permeability Index... Read More
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Great news for Factcheck.ge followers. GRASS will use renewed Endowment support to promote the accountability of public officials in Georgia. GRASS will fact check government officials’ statements during the spring and fall sessions of parliament, as well as those made by candidates running for office in the 2017 local elections. Fourteen FactCheck experts will research the... Read More
Since March 2017, according to the decision of independent jury of International Fact-Checking Network, FactCheck Georgia is recognized as a verified signatory of Fact-Checkers’ Code of Principles. This fact indicates that FactCheck Georgia is internationally acknowledged as an independent, nonpartisan and credible organization, which responds directly to the importance of adhering to the principles of... Read More
Discussion on climate change issues held on February 13 at Information Center on NATO and the EU. The discussion was moderated by Ms. Maia Bitadze, Deputy Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia. Meeting was organized by GRASS and Levan Mikeladze Foundation.