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  • Training in Gender Responsive Budgeting on the Local Level
      On 23-26 Septembers, 2014 in Kakheti, Lopota has been held three-day trainings in Gender Responsive Budgeting . Training was facilitated by Elizabeth Klatzer (Austria). In the training representatives of Local governments and community organizations from targeted municipalities (Zugdidi, Sachkhere, Gori, Tetritskaro) had participated. WEPD project is supported by Norwegian...
  • New Publication in Feminist Library Series
    New book is published in the Feminist Library series. The novel by Simone de Beauvoir When Things of the Spirit Come First (1979). Georgian translation is by Giorgi Dzneladze. The book is distributed free of charge by Taso Foundation. ...
  • Video - Social Justice and Peace Philanthropy
    In order to support the sustainable development in the country, it is important to raise the responsibility of civil society and mobilize domestic resources i.e. citizens and national business companies and motivate them to contribute to the progress of building democracy, social justice and peace in the country. We believe...
  • Meeting with Leaders of Community Foundations
    On 17 May of 2014 the meeting with leaders of community foundations was held in TF’s office. Meeting was held in the frames of program Partnership Program for Supporting Institutional Development and Grant-making Activities of Community Funds. Representatives of 8 CFs have participated in the meeting. They presented midterm report...
  • Supporting Gender Responsible Budgeting at the Local Level
    Taso Foundation implements the component of social mobilization in the frames of the project Women for Equality, Peace and Development in Georgia (WEPD). Social mobilization implies empowerment and support of local communities for their effective cooperation with local government representatives in order to solve the social problems of the respective...
 
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