ISEPRC

Civil Society Development for Participatory
Democracy in Shida Kartli Region
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Project ID:21650031
Organization: Information and Socio-Economic Problems Research Center (ISEPRC)
Financial Supporter: International Visegrad Fund
2017-2018
   PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS FROM EUROPE
Poland - Organization: Research Institute of European Policy
Hungary - Organization: Agria Universitas association
Czech Republic - Organization: Civipolis  o.p.s.

  OBJECTIVES

Building governance and management capacities of CSOs and NGO by transfering
context-sensitive good governance practices and models for
effective civil society development from EU;

Initiate dialogue on the development of Civil Sector among key stakeholders
by creating a platform  for critical dialogue and to promote joint problem solving
and interaction on civil society development among key stakeholders

Empower youth and the society at large to become more actively ivolved in
decision-making in the region for civil society development by improving awareness
on the civil society development in Shida Kartli region at large on grassroots livel

TERGET GROUPS FROM THE REGION  '' SHIDA KARTLI ''
FROM THE TOWNS: GORI, KHASHURI, KARELI, KASPI

Stakeholders /  CSO, NGO, Youth, IDP, Local government representatives in Shida
Kartli (policy makers) For:  trainings, discussions, critical dialogue and to promote joint
problem solving and interaction on civil society development among key stakeholders
in order to promote a context-sensitive strategy for civil society development in Shida Kartli

WORK PACKAGE

Analysis of the current situation of the Third Sector Development
in Shida Kartli region and EU countries

Development of an Innovative Curriculum for Training

Training in governance and management practices of the Third Sector

Development of Strategy on governance and management of the Third Sector

Project Dissemination: Coordinating organization will develop
communication and post-project Dissemination Strategy of the project

CONTACT:

www.ISEPRC.org; iseprc@gmail.com;
Tel.: +995 370 27 32 13;   www.facebook.com/ISEPRC/



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