Ghia Nodia – Civil Society Development in Georgia: Achievements and Challenges

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.

Nodia, G. (2005). Civil society development in Georgia: Achievements and challenges. Tbilisi, Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development.

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