The objective of the project was to review social and economic platforms of Georgian political parties in key reform areas during the 2012 parliamentary election campaign. This project, involving a coalition of Georgian think tanks and NGOs, sought to review political party platforms in key reform areas such as employment, rural development, and education during the 2012 parliamentary election campaign. The NGO coalition involved in the project, in addition to ISET-PI, were Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC), Liberal Academy-Tbilisi (LAT), and Transparency International-Georgia (TI).
The project contributed to the transparency and efficiency of Georgia's fledgling democracy by providing timely and professional evaluation of electoral promises, policy proposals and views on policy put forward by Georgian parties in the run up to the elections.gian political parties in key reform areas during the 2012 parliamentary election campaign.
EWMI G-PAC Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC)
ISET Policy Institute
Liberal Academy Tbilisi (LAT)
Transparency International (TI) Georgia
Start Date: July 2012
End Date: December 2012