In many societies banquets are powerful tools for expressing, attributing and manipulating national identity. Additionally, they often function as social markers of individual passages like birth, baptism and marriage. Banquets are ruled by etiquette and force participants to subordinate to a collective code of behavior. In post-Soviet Georgia, the supra, a highly formalized banquet, is a core element of national culture and a crucial part of both festivities and daily life 다운로드.
Mühlfried, F. (2005). Banquets, Grant-Eaters and the Red Intelligentsia in Post-Soviet Georgia. Central Eurasian Studies Review, 4(1), 16-19 차라리 다운로드.
As a contribution to promoting sustainable democracy in Georgia and in the wider context in the South
Caucasus region, International IDEA, in partnership with Georgian and regional actors, initiated a programme
of ‘democratic assessment through dialogue’ in Georgia, in autumn 2001 다운로드.
International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (2003). Building Democracy in Georgia: Democratization in Georgia.
Civil society played a vital role in the colored revolutions of Georgia and Ukraine, exemplified by the activism of the youth groups Kmara and Pora 다운로드. As democratic reform has stalled, however, these groups have found themselves increasingly marginalized because of the reemergence of authoritarian practices and elites 컴퓨터 앱 다운로드. Only the renewed inclusion of civil society can restore the democratization process.
Laverty, N. (2008). The problem of lasting change: Civil society and the Colored Revolutions in Georgia and Ukraine kyocera. Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 16(2), 143-162.
The goal of the policy paper is to assess the present state of civil society development, summarize ongoing discussions on relevant issues and offer recommendations for the next steps to foster the development of civil society in Georgia 다운로드.
Nodia, G. (2005). Civil society development in Georgia: Achievements and challenges. Tbilisi, Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development 레고레이서1.
This paper examines the quality of civil society in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and suggests how donors’ approaches to strengthening it can be re-targeted to encourage democratization more effectively 다운로드.
Lutsevych, O. (2013). How to Finish a Revolution: Civil Society and Democracy in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. Chatham House, Brifieng Paper.