Project Name:   Ethnic Minority Women Voters Form Constituency

Duration:  5 months (July 17 2017 – December 17 2017)

Budget:  $14,985

Donor:  East - West Management Institute (EWMI)

Project Goal: Support women voters in Akhaltsikhe, Akhalkalaki and Marneuli municipalities to form a female constituency in the run of to the regional elections in fall 2017 and empower them to become active citizens.

Project Name:   Georgia's Visa Free Regime with EU - Information Campaign

Duration:  1 March,2017 - 30 November, 2017

Budget:  €101,492

Donor:  Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

The goal of the project is to support Georgia in EU approximation process. The project aims to supply comprehensive information in a simple and understandable language on conditions, rules and procedures of the visa free regime for Georgian citizens to travel to the EU Member States (except for the United Kingdom and Ireland) and Schengen associated States .The objective of the project will be achieved via information campaign in whole Georgia, thus contributing to reducing the refusal rates of entrance permission at the borders of the Schengen Zone due to the lack of information.

 

 

 

Project Name:   Train the Messenger - EU, Human Rights and Family Values

Duration:  April 2016- February 2017

Budget:  EURO 59,512

Donor:  Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Increase the awareness of the Religious Leaders in Georgia - Catholic Priests and Mullahs/Muftis in regions populated by the ethnic minorities (Kvemo Kartli, and Jamtskhe-Javakheti region) in EU Georgia cooperation and approximation process. Ensure increased awareness by mobilizing religious leaders in the targeted regions.

Project Name:   Capacity Development of Civil Society in the Regions Essentially Populated with Ethnic Minorities in Georgia

Duration:  December 2015-January 2017

Budget:  $35,954

Donor:  OSGF

Capacity development and increase the awareness of the local government, media and NGOs in regions populated by the ethnic minorities (Marneuli - Kvemo Kartli region, and Akhaltsikhe – Javakheti region) in EU Georgia cooperation and approximation process.

Project Name:   Public Lectures on Foreign Policy Priorities and National Security Challenges of Georgia.

Duration:  October 2015-January 2016

Budget:  $21,445

Donor:  Levan Mikeladze Foundation For Caucasus Studies, USA

To support the high education institutions and universities to enrich their curriculum of international studies with the public lectures on Foreign Policy Priorities and National Security Challenges of Georgia.

Project Name:   The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Actions Implication on Georgia

Duration:  August – October 2015

Budget:  $25,000

Donor:  Levan Mikeladze Foundation For Caucasus Studies, USA

Elaboration of the research paper on analysis of the JCPOA implications on Georgia and South Caucasus, both political and economical – “View from Georgia on the JCPOA implications on Georgia and South Caucasus”

Project Name:   The Ongoing Processes in Near East and Georgia

Duration:  April 2015

Budget:  $365

Donor:  Mr. Frederik Paulsen (donation)

The conference’s main purpose was to discuss the current political situation in Near East, and to represent different positions and views about the future expectations of the region. The special attention was paid to the current negotiations and Iran’s nuclear program. At the same time, Iran-Georgian relations were emphasized from the very beginning up to the present.

Project Name:   Student-Cantered Education

Duration:  1 September-2014 30 June 2015

Budget:  $19.797

Donor:  OSGF

The main objective is to improve and increase: the learning process and involvement of students in the administrative spheres at the Georgian Universities.

Project Name:   Bratislava’s Global Safety Forum

Duration:  June 2015

Budget:  $995

Donor:  Mr. Frederik Paulsen (donation)

This project stressed the significance of European Security in 21st century, exclusively energy and cyber security, and the defence. The Forum demonstrated the serious threat from Islamic extremism, not only for Europe but for the whole world. The Forum applied to Ukrainian crises and Russia with special attention, and discussed the Central Europe’s challenges and threats to act independently on international agenda.

Project Name:   Georgia in the New Security Environment

Duration:  April - May 2015

Budget:  $3850

Donor:  Mr. Frederik Paulsen (donation); LMF for Caucasus Studies, USA

The Conference’s main goal was to raise awareness of the Black Sea Region’s importance, to discuss US’s policy towards Georgia as well as its current and future challenges. The internal and external factors of the region were also emphasized, and the new ideas – concerning the opportunities and closer cooperation were underlined by the experienced and professional experts.