Raising awareness of the Europeanisation process in Georgia
Period of implementation: December 2015 – May 2016
The project meets the two main challenges remained after Georgia signed the Association Agreement with EU: (1) the population’s level of knowledge regarding the agreement remains very low; (2) the public institutions and the civil society still need expertise.
The project directly addresses these two issues, proposing activities that enhance the situation of the beneficiaries: (1) raising the level of understanding of the Europeanisation process ( the measures referred to in the Association Agreement) for the interested parts, like local administration, mass-media, civil society but also for the citizens, through lectures and public events, and (2) strengthening the ability of the Georgian Parliament to promote (including through legislative measures) the implementation calendar, by means of organizing trainings and giving specific recommendations.
Donor: The project is funded by the Romanian Government, through the budget for Official Development Assistance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implemented in partnership with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Bratislava Regional Centre.