Working independently and through partnerships with other national Civil Society Organizations UNAG strives to strengthen the organizational backbone of democratic institutions and promote good governance. UNAG encourages cooperation of public and civil institutions, supports transparency and promotes demand-driven civil development.
UNAG focuses on further development of CSOs in Georgia so they can better respond to and advocate the needs of beneficiary groups.
UNAG supports the government to operate in a manner consistent with democratic values of transparency, representation, and accountability.
Citizens Service Center
- was four months duration program implemented by the coalition of prominent Georgian Civil Society Organizations: UNA Georgia, Liberty Institute and Partners Georgia. The program was supported by the Open Society Georgia Foundation.
Support of Uniform Judicial Practice
- The project developed effective performance of Judicial System by unification and generalization of the court practice. Project also focused on complex problem of prolonged court cases.
National Integration and Tolerance in Georgia
- USAID funded four year program, implemented by the UNAG in partnership with the Government of Georgia and local and international partner organizations. The objective of NITG is to promote building of cohesive multi-ethnic nation.
Drafting the Public Service Code
- UNAG worked on drafting a unified Public Service Code and promoted effective public service. The initiative was supported by the Eurasia Foundation, acting with financial assistance from USAID and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
Improved Public Administration
- UNAG had been cooperating with the IRIS Centre at the University of Maryland to implement the provisions of the Administrative Code of Georgia related to Freedom of Information (FOI). The project aimed at increasing the level of compliance of public institutions with the FOI provisions by establishing transparent and viable procedures.
“New Adjara-New Challenges”
- The program encouraged development of CSOs in Adjara Autonomous Republic by cooperating with CSOs and public sector organizations nationally and establishing more efficient and effective decision-making practices. The “New Adjara-New Challenges” was supported by the Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
Citizens Advocate! Program (CAP)
- joint initiative of six prominent Georgian and one US Civil Society Organizations aimed to increase the capacity of CSOs to run the advocacy campaigns, as well as to create an enabling environment so that CSOs can promote citizens’ interests and effectively advocate their cause. The program was supported by USAID.