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11.8 million GEL and 8 New Civil Society Projects in Georgia

The European Union is allocating 11.8 million GEL (about $4.79m/€3.89*) to fund eight new projects for 2018-2020 in Georgia in order to support civil society and human rights in the country.

Support to civil society remains one of the priorities of the European Union, globally as well as here in Georgia. These eight projects will support active civic participation and uphold human rights”, said the Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia, Janos Herman, at a presentation of the eight projects selected in the 2017 calls for proposals for the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights and Civil Society Organisations and Local Authorities Instrument.

Focus areas of the selected projects include support to vulnerable groups like people with disabilities or mental disorders, children and economically challenged people, as well as support to active civic participation.

* Currency conversions reflect National Bank of Georgia values as of today.

 

Source: http://agenda.ge/news/97494/eng

 

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