On December 12, presentation of the project “Developing Regional Information and Voter Empowerment for Democracy” and the following discussion was held.
Democracy needs democrats
This is why we work to enhance democratic traditions, strengthen democratic political parties and create strong grassroots democracy.
Netherlands Ambassador in Tbilisi Maaike van Koldam awarded Human Rights Tulip to grassroots human rights activists.
The project will be implemented in the five regions of Georgia: Tbilisi, Kakheti Shida-Kartli, Imereti and Adjara.
The project activities include intensive training courses, working on regional development roadmaps and participation in high level political dialogue meetings.
EECMD is happy to announce that it is now a part of USAID/Georgia’s multiyear “Elections and Political Processes” initiative. Together with other eight organizations: International Republican Institute (IRI), National Democratic Institute (NDI), International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), Transparency International, Georgian Institute of Politics, Public Movement Multinational Georgia, International Society for Fair Elections and Society
EECMD Democracy Schools in Kutaisi and Batumi have celebrated International Day of Democracy by discussing the challenges of Georgia on the way of European and Euro Atlantic aspirations.
EECMD on Twitter
Voter information websites
WWW.PREZIDENTI.GE has been created to foster an informed political debate on the issues that are important to the Georgian society for upcoming Presidential Elections of October, 27.
www.partiebi.ge is NIMD's project, which regularly publishes the views of the political parties on the political, economic and social issues since 2012.