DRI: Amendments to the Law on Information Security pose a threat of unrestricted control
DRI is responding to the amendments to the Law of Georgia on Information Security and believes that they uncontrollably increase the authority of the State Security Service and its operative-technical agency.
DRI: State Security Service and weak parliamentary oversight mechanisms

On September 15, the Democracy Research Institute held a presentation of a study and a discussion on the theme: "Mechanisms of parliamentary control over the State Security Service of Georgia and their importance".

Information Platform Against COVID-19 Misinformation

On September 1, the Democracy Research Institute launched the "Identify Misinformation" project, starting online media monitoring to identify false information related to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Democracy Research Institute continues to observe assemblies and demonstrations
The Democracy Research Institute has been monitoring political rallies, assemblies and demonstrations organized by political parties and civil movements since September 1.
The Democracy Research Institute special statement

The Democracy Research Institute is responding to the tragic death of an 11-year-old child in Terjola and believes that the Government has so far failed to realize its role in the protection of children.

Campaign "Georgians for Abkhazians and Ossetians"

Today, we, part of the Georgian society, with initiative of Democracy Research Institute(DRI) and Human Rights Center(HRC) are launching a campaign "Georgians for Abkhazians and Ossetians" to help people living in Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia.

"Access to Information in All Languages"
On May 7, 2020, the Democracy Research Institute launched the project "Access to Information in All Languages."
DRI: Part of the population of the Gali district can no longer receive the IDP allowance and is on the verge of the humanitarian crisis

Part of the population living in the Gali district, who had been receiving the IDP allowance on the Georgia-controlled territory, is no longer able to receive the allowance due to the restrictions imposed by the de facto authorities in the context of the pandemic.

Public and Religious Organizations submitted an alternative report to the UN within UPR
The group of human rights organizations submitted an alternative coalition report within the UN Universal Periodic Review.
DRI: Parliament should not support amendments to the Law of Georgia on Electronic Communications
The Democracy Research Institute is responding to the draft amendments to the Georgian Law on Electronic Communications.