This report presents an update to the CSO Meter report produced in 2019 to assess enabling environment forcivil society organisations (CSOs) in Georgia. The CSO Meter is a tool developed to assess the civil society environment in Eastern Partnership countries. It consists of a set of standards and indicators in 10 different areas that measure both law and practice. CSO Meter was developed within the framework of the “Monitoring Progress, Empowering Action” project funded by the European Union and implemented by the European Center for
Not-for-Profit Law Stichting and a group of non-governmental organisations from the EU’s Eastern partner countries.
Civil Society Institute (CSI) is the project partner in Georgia. The update has been prepared through analysis of legal acts and other materials, including expert interviews. The report reflects the most significant updates in 10 areas of CSO Meter and suggests key priorities for improvement.
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