Global programme to prevent son preference and gender-biased sex selection
01 June 2017

An ISET-PI team is participating in a project called Global Programme to Prevent Son Preference and Gender-Biased Sex Selection. An ISET-PI team is partnering UNFPA country office in Georgia in the scope of a Global Programme to Prevent Son Preference and Gender-biased Sex Selection in the region.

How to Prevent the Tobacco Law from Going Up in Smokes?
13 March 2017

After a hike in excise tax on cigarettes in January 2017, the Parliament of Georgia is going to introduce legislative changes to the existing tobacco control law (TCL) in March. Since its enactment in 2003, TCL has been modified several times. However, the recently proposed changes can be considered the most radical step towards a tobacco-free society in Georgia. New draft law comprehensively covers production, packaging, marketing, advertising, selling and consumption of tobacco, and other activities of tobacco businesses.

Brief Migration Profile: Foreign Students in Georgia
30 December 2016

In December 2015 the State Commission on Migration Issues (SCMI) adopted a Medium Migration Profile (MMP). The MMP was elaborated with the active participation of all its member state agencies and the support of a project funded.

Focus groups on pension reform
14 November 2016

Conducting Focus Group Interviews for Pension Reform Communication Strategy Development in Tbilisi and in regions to provide insights into how people think and understand new pension reform.

Assessment of Economic Impact of Immigrant Students in Georgia
01 November 2016

The project aims to estimate the impact of foreign students on Georgia’s economy. Since 2013, ICMPD has been carrying out the EU-funded project “Enhancing Georgia's Migration Management” (ENIGMMA). The project assists the Georgian government in managing and improving the conditions for migrants in Georgia.