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21.12.2021 | Participation and Democracy, Georgia, Publication

Georgia’s post-soviet experience of democracy continues to shape the dominant model of party formation to the present day, with most new entrants to…


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10.12.2021 | Social Justice, Economy and Labor, Georgia, Event

FES is supporting the Trade Union School project in Georgia that was initiated by "weltumspannend arbeiten", an association of the Austrian Trade…


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06.12.2021 | Social Justice, Economy and Labor, Georgia, Publication

This study presents attitudes and perceptions of people living in Georgia and Russia towards each other.


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| Social Justice, Economy and Labor, Armenia, Publication

Early motherhood is a very sensitive period in a woman's life and she should be sure that her labor rights will not be violated just because she is…


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24.11.2021 | Social Justice, Economy and Labor, Armenia, Publication

To achieve further democratization within an inclusive society, the FES Armenia provides among other things also civic education & capacity building…


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| Participation and Democracy, Georgia, Publication

The aim of the study is to assess usage of legally defined participation mechanisms in the governance processes, specifically deliberative body of the…


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22.10.2021 | Social Justice, Economy and Labor, Armenia, Publication

FES supported the research project “The Formation of Communities as a Social-Spatial Practice Peculiarities of the community enlargement reform in the…


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22.10.2021 | Peace and Security, Armenia, Publication

The research allows us to conclude that Armenia’s foreign policy aimed at gaining an international status due to which Armenia would stand out…


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22.10.2021 | News, Social Justice, Economy and Labor, Armenia, Event

We are happy to successfully sum-up our joint project with the Armenian Progressive Youth NGO. The main goal of the “Empowerment of Displaced Women”…


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18.10.2021 | Participation and Democracy, Georgia, Publication

Georgia’s political landscape has two empty spots: Liberal Left and Conservative Right. Moreover, an extreme polarization in party politics seems to…


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0179, Tbilisi
Georgia
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Armenia
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