We are EGI!

Where experience and creativity creates proffesionalism.

The Europe-Georgia Institute (EGI) is the leading independent hybrid civil society organization based in Georgia.

Our mission is to advance democracy, 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.

Peace
We believe that sustainable future is possible only when peace is achieved – that is the main reason we aim to advance dialogue and policy for sustainable development and peace.

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Youth
We believe that Youth is a vast source of innovation, ideas and solutions, and we strive to support the Youth by creating engagement frameworks and using non-formal education.

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Development
We believe that true democracy starts at the municipal, regional and local level and we strive to foster open dialogue among all branches of national, regional and local government.

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Important

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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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Memorandum of Understanding

On 8th of November, a memorandum of cooperation was signed between the Europe-Georgia Institute and Presidential Administration. The aim of the document is to increase youth involvement in civic activities. With theRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Feb 10, 2017

Recent news

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Statement on the 27th of September

Special statement on the 27th of September Today in Georgia we commemorate the Fall of Sukhumi – one of the darkest dates in Georgia’s modern history. On this day 26 years agoRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Sep 28, 2019
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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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Situation in Gugutiantkari

The Europe-Georgia Institute Statement regarding the situation in Gugutiantkari Following Russia’s aggression against Georgia in 2008 and violating the Medvedev-Sarkozy ceasefire agreement Russian occupational forces continue the “creeping occupation” of Georgian sovereignRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Aug 15, 2019
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Stuttgart Declaration

On the evening of the first direct elections to the European Parliament, in March 1976 representatives of the nine liberal parties from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and theRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Aug 3, 2019
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Reviving the Eastern Partnership

Today we continue the discussion on the impact of the EU’s Eastern Partnership at the #EFLevent – Reviving the Eastern Partnership. This time – in Tbilisi, Georgia. It was a great honorRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Jul 23, 2019

Reviving the Eastern Partnership

The participants will try to assess the impact of the EU’s Eastern Partnership until date, as well as identify and compile the current trends, current problems, and best practices from Eastern PartnershipRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Jul 16, 2019
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Blog

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Post-revolutionary Armenia, as a Target of Propaganda: Key Messages and Myths

Post-revolutionary Armenia, as a Target of Propaganda: Key Messages and Myths Narine Khachatryan Executive Director, Media Education Center, Armenia One of the myths of the internal Armenian rhetoric that ‘citizens cannot changeRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Aug 13, 2019
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Are Russian trolls just Russian? Pro-Russian propaganda on the Polish Internet.

Are Russian trolls just Russian? Pro-Russian propaganda on the Polish Internet. By Mateusz Bajek Analyst, Global Lab., Warsaw, Poland Introduction For a long time propaganda and disinformation activities on the Polish InternetRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Aug 13, 2019
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Russian Propaganda in Belarus

Russian Propaganda in Belarus Artsiom Sizintsau, Public Society Research Center, Minsk Introduction: Russian influence in Central Europe Russian propaganda is very influential in Belarus. The Russian disinformation campaign is detrimental to theRead More...
By : EGI Rapporteur 1 | Jul 12, 2019
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