Eurasia Partnership Foundation, within the National Integration and Tolerance in Georgia program, invites capital-based and regional non-governmental/non-for-profit organizations (including ethnic minority organizations) to submit proposals to further the objectives of the National Concept and Action Plan for Tolerance and Civic Integration.)
The Concept and Action plan were adopted by the Government on May 8, 2009. These documents unify the vision of the government and civil society on the most effective strategies for achieving the civic integration of ethnic minorities into Georgian society and establishment of a tolerant environment in the country. Proposed programs should be based on and correlate with the mission, vision, and priorities of the Concept. It is expected that the programs will support implementation and monitoring of the Concept and Action Plan. The Call is also open to innovative ideas and creative approaches to further the integration processes.
The deadline for the submission of proposals is 5:00 p.m. on August 17, 2009.
Eurasia Partnership Foundation Georgia Office
3 Kavsadze St., Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
Tel/fax: (995 32) 25 39 42/43, 25 27 78/82
On May 14, 2013, 11:30 in the Ballroom of the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) is holding a presentation of the report — Food Safety Regulation in Georgia: Assessment of the Government’s Reform Efforts in 2012.
Thursday, 25 April 2013
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) would like to refute the information issued today by various media outlets about EPF providing grant support to TV9. TV9 participated in the tender (for the maximum amount of GEL 17,000) announced by Eurasia Partnership Foundation to provide professional coverage of Georgia’s European integration issues.
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Eurasia Partnership Foundation is pleased to announce a call for proposals aimed at supporting participatory civic monitoring initiatives in Georgia under EPF’s Open Door Program. The call is designed to foster active and informed participation of Georgian community groups, CSOs, and media outlets in the political and economic decision-making in their regions by building capacity among civic groups, encouraging monitoring and evaluation of policy reforms, and facilitating public discussions, debates, and network building.