Ucha Nanuashvili became a member of the Security Sector Reform (SSR) Advisory Network to the United Nations

Director of the Democracy Research Institute Ucha Nanuashvili has been elected to the Security Sector Reform (SSR) Advisory Network to the United Nations. 

DRI - The use of surveillance as a tool for political retaliation is alarming and goes beyond the practice of ruling a legal state

DRI is responding to the TV story aired by Mtavari Channel, according to which, on the instruction of high-ranking officials, a former employee of the State Security Service  of Georgia illegally recorded private life of political figures unacceptable to the ruling party. 

Open letter to the Government of Georgia on the necessity of developing a new state strategy relating to conflicts
Georgia's state strategy relating to the occupied territories - "Engagement through Cooperation" - was developed back in 2010 during the rule of the United National Movement. 
DRI: It is inadmissible to conduct an investigative activity at TV Pirveli
The Democracy Research Institute is responding to the ruling issued by the Tbilisi City Court on conducting an investigative activity (seizure) at TV Pirveli. 
Inal Jabiev Case
The quality of political freedom and human rights in the Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia has been strictly criticized by international organizations for years. 
What is happening in Gali?
The Georgian Government needs to pay special attention to the needs of the population of the occupied regions. 
On the Georgian-Abkhaz Dialogue
NGO call on the Government to take meaningful steps towards launching a direct dialogue with the Abkhaz society political leaders. 
DRI: Interfering with the right of civil activities to put up a tent grossly restricts freedom of assembly
The Democracy Research Institute is responding to the interference with the right of civil activists to put up symbolic tents during an assembly in front of the Parliament of Georgia on February 19 and 21, 2021, which led to the detention of several persons.