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Defending Georgia’s Western aspirations.

The Europe-Georgia Institute (EGI) is the leading independent hybrid civil society organization in Georgia dedicated to strengthening the foundations of Georgian democracy and defending Georgia’s Western aspirations.

Our mission is to advance democracy, the rule of law and free markets in Georgia and the Caucasus and empower a new generation of leaders to find solutions that are essential for Georgia’s development and for successful common future of the Caucasus.

Our mission is to inspire, empower, and connect people to change their world.

Important

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Memorandum of Understanding between EGI and Free University of Tbilisi

The Europe-Georgia Institute and the Free University of Tbilisi signed the Memorandum of Understanding on 5th of March, 2021. The memorandum will mobilize academic resources and experiences of these organizations. This partnershipRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Mar 11, 2021
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EGI joins the European Liberal Forum

The Europe-Georgia Institute was elected as an affiliate member of the European Liberal Forum during the forum’s General Assembly session in Prague, Czech Republic. A Georgian organization joins a European-level foundation forRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Sep 22, 2019
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Your Voice – Our Future

Your Voice – Our Future (YVOF) is an unprecedented project in Georgian history in terms of the scale of coverage, feedbacks, and results. Being the largest ever cooperation project between governmental andRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Aug 20, 2017
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Recent news

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EGI Political Digest 83

Georgian Dream to send De-oligarchization Law to Venice Commission Furing a briefing on 28 November, Mamuka Mdinaradze, Chairperson of the Georgian Dream Parliamentary faction and the party’s executive secretary, announced that theRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Dec 1, 2022
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EGI Political Digest 82

Senator Shaheen criticized the Georgian Dream The U.S. Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on 16 November to assess U.S. policy in the Caucasus, with Senators asking the Assistant Secretary ofRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Nov 22, 2022
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EGI Political Digest 81

The United National Movement has scheduled the election of the chairman  Some members of the largest opposition party in Georgia, United National Movement (UNM), held a press conference in Mikheil Saakashvili’s PresidentialRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Nov 16, 2022
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Melashvili speech at the Black Sea Security Conference in Bucharest

Ladies and gentlemen, dear friends & colleagues, honorable speakers, guests of honor, participants and observers, It is a great pleasure for me to greet you here today, in Bucharest, at the jointRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Nov 10, 2022

Political Digest 80

The Court of Appeal left Nika Gvaramia in custody The Tbilisi Court of Appeal rejected the appeal of Nika Gvaramia, one of the founders of the TV “Mtavari Arkhi” and left himRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 2 | Nov 5, 2022
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EGI Political Digest 79

U.S. State Department: Government actions created ‘Setbacks’ for European Aspirations Responding to a journalist’s question regarding concerns for Georgia’s democracy amid personal attacks on the U.S. Ambassador, and the second war frontRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Oct 27, 2022
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Political Digest

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EGI Political Digest 83

Georgian Dream to send De-oligarchization Law to Venice Commission Furing a briefing on 28 November, Mamuka Mdinaradze, Chairperson of the Georgian Dream Parliamentary faction and the party’s executive secretary, announced that theRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Dec 1, 2022
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EGI Political Digest 82

Senator Shaheen criticized the Georgian Dream The U.S. Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on 16 November to assess U.S. policy in the Caucasus, with Senators asking the Assistant Secretary ofRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Nov 22, 2022
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EGI Political Digest 81

The United National Movement has scheduled the election of the chairman  Some members of the largest opposition party in Georgia, United National Movement (UNM), held a press conference in Mikheil Saakashvili’s PresidentialRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Nov 16, 2022
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Journal

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The role of the Russian Orthodox Church in the Kremlin’s foreign policy

The Bachelor Thesis submitted to the Faculty of the International Relations, at Georgian Institute Of Public Affairs Author: Mikheil Korkashvili Supervisor: Giorgi Koberidze Summary The topic of this research is “The roleRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 3 | Jan 27, 2022
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The changing role of Turkey as a result of Erdogan’s policies and the reaction of the United States

The Research Paper submitted to the Faculty of the International Relations School of Free University in fulfillment of the requirements for the Course in Theories of International Relations Author:  Davit Beradze AbstractRead More...
By : misho | Mar 25, 2021
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The Influence of Islamic and Republican Principles on Turkish Foreign Policy During Erdogan’s Rule

The Research Paper submitted to the Faculty of the International Relations School of Free University in fulfillment of the requirements for the Course in Theories of International Relations Author:  Nikoloz Tekturmanidze AbstractRead More...
By : misho | Mar 25, 2021
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