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An innovative approach to political campaigning

In the framework of the Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) project – “Democracy Needs Democrats” Georgian political parties received a new application software – Ecanvasser.

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The International Day of Democracy and our work

With this short letter, I would like to summarize our work and thereby celebrate the International Day of Democracy. This day has an even greater significance during the pandemic, which has become one of the most significant factors in the decline of democracy, rising authoritarianism and increased polarization.

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Introducing Consul Software to the Political Parties in Georgia

On February 24, 2021, the EECMD organized an online presentation of the Consul Software for the representatives of political parties.

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Third Meetings of a Political Dialogue Format at EECMD Democracy Schools

In January, at the initiative of the EECMD, the third meetings of the political dialogue format were held in five cities of Georgia.

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Meetings at EECMD Democracy Schools Ahead of 2020 Parliamentary Elections

Prior to 2020 Parliamentary Elections, in September-October, EECMD Democracy Schools hosted representatives of the political parties running in the elections.

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Democracy Needs Democrats: Strengthening Political Parties and Movements

The Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD), with the financial support of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), carries out a new project.

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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.