The systematic problem in corruption should be immediately addressed

The public has recently become aware of a number of alleged instances of corruption involving public officials. The notable examples are the public materials related to the activities of the Omega Group and TV Iberia, which are indicative of severe corruption, in which public officials may have been involved. In spite of the fact that... Read More

Statement of No to Phobia Civil Platform

We, the member organizations of the No to Phobia civil platform, would like to respond to the statement made by Metropolitan Petre Tsaava of Chkondidi during Rustavi 2 TV’s news program Kurieri on September 17. Speaking about recent political developments in the country, the senior cleric said following the church service that in the 18th-19th centuries, French missionaries... Read More

Georgian Civil Society in support of Georgia’s NATO membership

We, the Georgian Civil Society organizations, are addressing the North Atlantic Council to ask to consider political breakthrough toward the Georgia’s NATO membership on the upcoming NATO Summit in Brussels. Ten years ago, in Bucharest, NATO Heads of States and Governments made a decision that Georgia will become member of NATO.It is clear, proven and... Read More

GRASS has launched implementing a project “Europeanization Beyond Process”

On May 25-28 Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS)conducted the first study visit to Berlin within the project “Europeanization beyond process”, funded by Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE).Meetings were held with the leading German think tanks and research institutions, including German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), European Council of Foreign... Read More