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“Do All Roads Lead to EU?" - GIPA in LVIV

 Do All Roads Lead to EU?" - This was the main question for young journalists gathered in Lviv, Ukraine to participate in International School of Journalism. 

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On The Road - Towards EU Without Transport Policy?

Old and in need of repair cars which are dangerous, increasing number of injured and dead in car accidents, intercity transportation out of control - Georgia still does not have any transport policy. 

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Meet Mr.Lari

Enhance your understanding of his problems and introduce yourself to the factors that usually lead to currency devaluation process

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Rethinking Waste

In Georgia only 3% of waste is recycled; the remaining 97% is thrown away in landfills (in a good case) or out in nature (ravines, rivers, village areas, etc.). It’s time for rethinking how to manage the waste and find new solutions, as the societies move towards waste recycling, processing, separation and minimization.

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Early marriages in South Caucasus

On March 18, 2014 in village Kharajala, Kakheti region, 16-years-old girl committed suicide as she disagreed with father’s decision on her marriage and could not resist either.

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A day of transport inTbilisi

Every day about 640,000 Tbilisi residents and city gests use public transport

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Latest news

David Sherazadashvili from the Georgian Dream Party has become the mayor of Bolnisi, a region mostly populated by the ethnic Azerbaijanis.

What Vaziani residents expect from the Local Elections.

 

 

 

"It was a tottally unexpected to feel this strong support during the pre-election period."