UNDP’s Democratic Governance Programme focuses on building strong democratic institutions to help Georgia achieve its national priorities defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Association Agreement with the European Union.
We work to promote democratic governance at all levels. Our goal is to support institutional and organizational development for achieving the balance of power, decentralization, local development, gender-responsive policies, social inclusion, the rule of law, media freedom, citizen engagement, and the protection of human rights and liberties.
Our international expertise and thorough understanding of the local environment help us bring people and institutions together, foster partnerships and promote participation, accountability and effectiveness.
in Georgian Parliament
in local governments
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We work with a wide range of partners, including Government, Parliament, civil society, media, academic institutions, the private sector and international organizations and focus on the key areas of democratic transformation:
- Professional and effective public sector
- Parliamentary democracy
- Inclusive and gender-responsive policies
- Social inclusion
- Regional and local development
- Decentralization and local self-governance
- Human rights and fundamental freedoms
- Access to justice
- Professional and independent media
- Active civil society