This is Transparency International Georgia’s Spring Work Card 2012. It provides updates of the issues of our previous work card and gives a summary assessment of the key areas in the country that are of crucial importance to the development of a tran
Transparency International Georgia investigates property rights violations near the Red Bridge border crossing
On May 14, 2012, we received a phone call from Naira Todria, a Georgian citizen, who told us that construction workers and construction equipment had entered her land without permission and begun building a parking lot there. Todria’s land is located
To the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia Mr. Davit Bakradze, Members of the Parliament of Georgia We, the representatives of non-governmental and media organizations and citizens, which make up the members of the “This Affects You” campaign, supp
On Saturday, May 12, TI Georgia and the environemntal NGO Green Alternative together with dozen of citizens protested against the massive cutting of trees in Tbilisi. The protest took place in Dedaena park. Participants atta
Transparency International Georgia, Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association, ISFED, the coalition Free Choice and Multinational Georgia are concerned that a new charity fund might be misused to influence voters by the opposition coalition Georgian Dream.
On 24 April, we posted an article on our blog, discussing the tender for the planting of trees on Baratashvili Street and urging the City Hall to offer an explanation regarding that the contract signed by the Tbilisi City Hall and the Greenservice co
Non-governmental and media organizations participating in “This Affects You” start the second stage of the campaign that envisages amendments to the Election Code, as well as rehabilitation of the media environment during election period. In this res