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Title: Civil Society Organizations (CSO) as a challenge to Georgia’s democracy consolidation
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Poland: Trzeci Sektor
Series/Report no.: Trzeci Sektor;44 (04/2018)
Abstract: In the article, we try to present the general characteristics of Georgian CSOs. To this end, we present the CSO development process in Georgia, the basic categorization, opinions of researchers of civil society in Georgia on its current state, and the challenges facing further development of these organizations. We also cite the results of research on the condition of Georgian civil society conducted within the framework of the Caucasus Barometer, Freedom in the World (Freedom House), or CSO Sustainability Index for Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia. In the last part, we present the preliminary results of the research project entitled “Civil Society Development for Participatory Democracy in Shida Kartli Region”, which verifies the correctness of the thesis on Georgian civil society functioning in the literature.
Description: Article in the Scientific Journal Trzeci Sektor
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