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Georgian society has made notable progress building democratic political institutions and establishing the foundations for long-term economic growth. Further strengthening of judicial institutions is a priority as the country seeks to consolidate the gains it has already made. A more independent, effective, and impartial judiciary is necessary for strengthening institutional checks and balances, protecting human rights, and further integrating with Euro-Atlantic institutions. USAID assistance strengthens Georgia’s judicial institutions through capacity building and support for greater independence and transparency. 


Currents Programs: 

Promoting the Rule of Law in Georgia (PROLoG)                                  
Apr 2015 - Apr 2020

East-West Management Institute (EWMI)   

USAID launched the Promoting Rule of Law in Georgia program in 2015 to strengthen Georgia’s judicial system. In particular, the program aims to help Georgia address remaining challenges in the Rule of Law sector and capitalize on the current window for reform. Priorities include ensuring due process, judicial independence, and human rights protection in accordance with the country’s international obligations. By supporting a more independent and accountable justice system, the program also aims to build public trust in Georgia’s institutions, a precondition for democratic development.

Last updated: April 28, 2020

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