Georgia: The Council of National Minorities’ monitoring report is online

Action, research and documentation (ECMI Synergy Wheel stories) - European Centre for Minority IssuesThe monitoring report of Georgia’s Council of National Minorities (CNM) is now available online. The report presents findings of the CNM related to implementation of the Georgian National Concept and Action Plan on Tolerance and Civic Integration.

The ‘monitoring report’ is a shadow report. It shares the findings of the CNM related to implementation of Georgia’s National Concept and Action Plan on Tolerance and Civic Integration and its Action Plan.

The 2010-11 ‘monitoring report’ carries the full title: Monitoring results of the implementation of the National Concept and Action Plan on Tolerance and Civil Integration.

The progress in implementing the ‘National Concept’ as seen from the state of Georgia’s point of view is likewise revealed in a 2011 Annual Report of Implementation of the National Concept and Action Plan for Tolerance and Civic Integration. 

Read also: Georgia plan issued on implementing tolerance and integration in 2012

The CNM, under the Public Defender (Ombudsman) of Georgia, has the aim to assess progress in the state’s programmes. The CNM supports civil integration and elaborates recommendations for addressing existing challenges.

The role of ECMI Caucasus

The ‘monitoring report’ is published by the Tolerance Center under the Public Defender (Ombudsman) of Georgia with the support of the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) Caucasus, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Georgia, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Advancing National Integration (ANI) Project of the United Nations Association of Georgia (UNAG).

ECMI has provided expert assistance for the chapter on ‘Political Participation’ of minorities, support to the proofreading, translation into the Russian language, and to printing the report.

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