Publications

Review of Tbilisi Mayoral Candidates Election Platforms

Authors: Bakur Kvashilava

The publication was developed at the request of the Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) and with the financial support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Georgia. The publication represents the expert analysis of different components of the electoral programs of Tbilisi Mayor Candidates of 2021 local elections.

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Intra-party Democracy in the Georgian Political System

Authors: Bakur Kvashilava

The publication was commissioned by the Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) as part of the Enhancing Institutional and Electoral Capacities of Democratic Political Parties project funded by the Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD).

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Overcoming the Crisis – Towards a 21st Century Election Administration: A Vision and Principles for a Reform Package

Authors: EECMD

The publication was prepared by the Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) as part of the project “Supporting and Strengthening a Democratic Political Culture in the Pre-Election Period”.

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Challenges to Gender Budgeting in Georgia on Municipal Level

Authors: Shorena Kakhidze

The document reviews the experience of gender budgeting in Georgia and problem analysis at the municipal level. The local self-government plays a tremendous role in achieving gender equality because the living conditions of men and women of their municipality depend on their decisions. Local self-government will not be able to exercise good governance if it doesn’t pay enough attention to gender equality issues and women’s empowerment.

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The Political Landscape of Georgia

Authors: Zviad Barkaia, Bakur Kvashilava, Nino Gogoladze, Irakli Kobalia, Ivane Chkhikvadze

Political parties perform a variety of functions in democracies. Apart from participating in elections and fielding candidates, they work to develop policies, take part in governance, aggregate public interests, and ensure political socialization of voters. The institutional resilience of political parties helps them better perform these functions. The second edition of “The Political Landscape of Georgia” was written to support the study of the evolution of Georgian political parties and help in overcoming the problems that often accompany democratic transformation.

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