On 10 July, 2015 Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) held two presentations of the publication “Improving the Coordination of European Policies in Georgia Based on the Practices of Visegrad Countries”. The first presentation was conducted in Hotel “Radisson Blu” in the framework of the public discussion event organized by East-West Management Institute on the topic: “Management of the implementation of Association Agreement: how to reach objectives”. The discussion was aimed to facilitate the dialogue among various stakeholders regarding the issues of management, coordination and effective implementation of the Association Agreement. The event gathered the Deputy State Minister of Georgia on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, as well as representatives of governmental agencies, civil society, donor organizations and business-associations.
On 30 November-6 December 2014 Georgia’s Reforms Associates is organizing the study visit in Budapest, Hungary and Bratislava, Slovakia in the framework of the project “Improving the Coordination of European Policies in Georgia Based on the Practices of V4 Counties” which is being implemented with the financial assistance of the Visegrad Fund. The project aims at supporting Georgia’s integration process with the EU through Continue reading
On 10th July 2014 in “Sheraton Batumi” Georgia’s Reforms Associates (GRASS) is organizing an event “Discussing Coordination of European Policies in the aftermath of the European Union – Georgia Association Agreement and Sharing the Experiences of the Visegrad and Eastern Partnership Countries”. During the round table discussion the following topics will be discussed: Europeanisation processes in Visegrad countries, different institutional models of the European policy coordination, myths and realities on the EU in Eastern Partnership countries, challenges for Georgia in the process of the Association Agreement implementation and alternative solutions to the problems. Continue reading
In March 2014-February 2015 GRASS will implement the project - Improving the Coordination of European Policies in Georgia Based on the Practices of V4 Countriesthe with the support of the International Visegrad Fund. Project aims at increasing the awareness of the State Minister’s Office on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration issues on the best and worst practices of coordination from the Central and Eastern Europe. Within the project together with its European partners (Institute for Strategic Studies, Krakow; Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest; Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Bratislava; Europeaum, Institute for European Policy, Prague), GRASS will prepare a publication, will conduct a round-table in Tbilisi and will organize a study tour for Georgian officials to Visegrad countries. Continue reading