Civil Society Brief: Georgia

Publication | June 2020

This publication outlines how civil society organizations (CSOs) in Georgia have evolved and continue to strengthen their involvement in the country’s development, including good governance and capacity building.

While primarily associated with nongovernment organizations, CSOs in Georgia have grown to include institutions and groups focusing on various areas, from capacity building, housing, human rights, and labor unions to education, environment, and health, among others. In this publication, some CSO networks, coalitions, and entities are listed together with their focus areas and specializations. The positive outcome of projects and initiatives in partnership with the government and development partners prove how civil society engagement and involvement is essential to the country’s growth and development.

Additional Details

  • ADB administration and governance
  • ADB and civil society
  • Gender
  • Social development and protection
  • Participation and empowerment
  • Georgia
  • 16
  • 8.5 x 11
  • BRF200170-2

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