GEORGIA`S REFORMS ASSOCIATES
MULTI PROFILE THINK TANK IN GEORGIA
OIP - COVID 19
Civil Platform “No to Phobia!” expresses its concern about the comments containing hate speech on the ground of ethnicity made by Zaza (Zaal) Abashidze, the Director of LEPL
GRASS’s input for the thematic inquiry group on disinformation and propaganda Launched by the foreign affairs committee The parliament of Georgia.
“No to Phobia!” civil society platform would like to respond to the xenophobic statement made by Giorgi Gabunia, host of Mtavari Arkhi TV’s “Post Factum” p
Civil Platform “No to Phobia!” Statement On Increase In Xenophobia Against Ethnic Azeri Citizens.
How does the Georgian Ministry of Defence’s strategic communication “combat” hostile disinformation? On 2 November 2018, the Government of Georgia announced its decisi
On October 28, 2019, a large-scale cyber-attack was carried out against Georgia. Its targets included the servers belonging to a company - “Proservice”, which hosts the web-
Georgia's Reforms Associates (GRASS) joins Georgian People's address to the Free World
Eleven years after the five-day war between Russia and Georgia in 2008, the conflict still remains unresolved as the Kremlin continues to occupy Georgia’s Abkhazia and the Tskhinv
An urgent call for action to end the humanitarian crisis in Akhalgori, Georgia
Georgian Civil Society Organization’s address to the International Community
NGOs urge Members of Parliament against casting vote of confidence for Gakharia's candidacy
Prosecution of TV Pirveli owner’s family member reinforces questions concerning freedom of speech and selective justice in the country
Statement of NGOs on the Ongoing Staff Changes in Rustavi 2 TV
Working on Electoral Reform Should Continue
Sentencing Zviad Kuprava to Imprisonment Is a Dangerous Precedent of Restricting Freedom of Expression
Charges Against the Founders of TBC Bank Raise Many Questions About the Investigation
Address of the Civil Society to International Organizations in regard to the recent developments around Rustavi 2 TV
“Anaklia Deep-Sea Port – too Important for Georgia and the West to Lose”
Statement of NGOs on the Developments Around Rustavi 2 TV
Non-governmental organisations respond to the ruling party’s initiative and call on it to satisfy the remaining demands
Statement of Non-Governmental Organizations on the 20 June Events
Collapsed State Institutions and the Danger of Halting the Anaklia Sea Port Construction
Georgia Watch - Issue 3
COVID 19 MONITORING AND ANALYISIS 19.06
Georgia Watch Briefing - Issue 1
Georgia Watch - Issue 2
Georgia's Reforms Associates (GRASS) joins Georgian People's a ...
AN URGENT CALL FOR ACTION TO END THE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN AK ...
Remittances Under the Pandemic...
In light of the COVID-19 pande...
“In spite of the pandemic, for...
Resume: As compared to the fir...
“In 2012, when the Georgian Dr...
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“Import dependency has decreas...
Resume: Although exports in th...
Open Letter to Facebook
The alleged attempt to assassinate a Georgian journalist is part of the Russian ...
Civil Platform “No to Phobia!” Responds to the Statement made against the reside ...
Armenophobic Statement Aired by Mtavari Arkhi TV