Organisation’s activity:

* Woman and gender equality * Woman and peacebuilding * Woman and non-violent society * Work with youth

Who we are:

We are a group of women- internally displaced people (IDPs) who come together to establish a women’s non-governmental organisation in Kutaisi, Western Georgia in October, 1997. Our group was created after the Georgian population had to flee Abkhazia as a result of the armed conflict in 1992-1993.

Our organisational mission:

Development of women’s activity through educational, legal, economic, social, cultural activities to increase women’s role in building a democratic society in Georgia, in the peaceful resolution of the conflict in Abkhazia, and achieving economic independence

Collection of analytical articles for the development of the electoral system

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The Fund “Sukhumi” has prepared a collection of analytical articles entitled “Experience of Visegrad countries and Georgia on the development of the electoral system and enhancing participation of citizens in the elections”. It reflects the political documents of Czech, Polish, Slovak and Georgian experts - the experience of these four countries in formation and development of electoral system, participation of citizens in the process. The collection was prepared in the framework of the project "Online Voting-O-Meter for the Parliamentary Elections of 2020".

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The project is implemented with the support  of the Visegrad Fund

Workshop on advocacy issues

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On a two-day workshop, Klara Cozlova shared the experience of her country – Czech Republic, on the implementation of Online Vote-O-Meter to the Georgian partners. An advocacy plan and a working strategy have been worked out. The workshop was conducted in the office of Fund “Sukhumi” Tbilisi representatives, in the framework of the project “Online Vote-O-Meter for 2020 Georgian Parliamentary Elections” supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

The project is implemented with the support  of the Visegrad Fund

Policy documents about the experiences of Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic

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Experts from Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic have completed the work on policy documents, where they share the experiences of their countries on the formation and development of election system and involvement of citizens in the process.

The work is carried out in the framework of the project “Online Vote-O-Meter for 2020 Georgian Parliamentary Elections” with the support of the Visegrad International Foundation.

The project is implemented with the support  of the Visegrad Fund

Policy documents about the experiences of Georgia

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The project “Online Vote-O-Meter for 2020 Georgian Parliamentary Elections”, supported by Visegrad International Fund is ongoing.

The Georgian experts have finished to prepare the policy documents. One of the Policy documents analyses importance of political and public trust for stable development of Democracy in Georgia. The second policy document discusses the possible models of electoral systems for 2020 parliamentary elections proposed by the main political parties in Georgia.

The project is implemented with the support  of the Visegrad Fund

Two-day workshop in the Fund “Sukhumi”

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On November 24-25 a two-day workshop was conducted in the office of Fund “Sukhumi”, where experts from the Visegrad countries and Georgia talked about political situation in their countries, discussed attitudes of civil societies and political parties to online tools and outlined draft questions for the Online Vote-O-Meter for 2020 Georgian Parliamentary Elections. The event was successful and fruitful.

The project is implemented with the support  of the Visegrad Fund