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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLES AND FIGURES
LIST OF ACRONYMS
1. PROJECT BACKGROUND
2. PROJECT APPROACH
FIGURE I.2.1 The Civil Society Index Diamond
3. CSI IMPLEMENTATION
FIGURE I.3.1 The Civil Society Index implementation model
4. LIMITATIONS OF CSI STUDY
II. CIVIL SOCIETY IN GEORGIA
1. CONCEPT OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN GEORGIA
2. HISTORY OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN GEORGIA
3. MAPPING CIVIL SOCIETY
FIGURE II.3.1 Civil society mapping 11
FIGURE II.3.2: Analysis of social forces
III. ANALYSIS OF CIVIL SOCIETY
1. CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
TABLE III.1.1 Civic Engagement
1.1 The extent of socially-based engagement
TABLE III.1.2 Socially based engagement
1.2 Depth of socially-based engagement
TABLE III.1.3 Preferred companions for leisure-time activities
1.3 Diversity within socially-based engagement
1.4 Extent of political engagement
TABLE III.1.4 The level of political engagement
1.5 Depth of political engagement
1.6 Diversity of political engagement
Conclusion
2. LEVEL OF ORGANISATION
TABLE III.2.1 The level of organisational development
2.1 Internal governance
2.2 Infrastructure
2.3 Sectoral communication
2.4 Human resources
2.5 Financial and technological resources
TABLE III.2.2 Annual budgets of CSOs
2.6 International linkages
3. INTERNAL PRACTICE OF VALUES
TABLE III.3.1 Internal values and code of conduct
3.1 Democratic decision-making governance
3.2 Labour regulations
3.3 Code of conduct and transparency
3.4 Environmental standards
3.5 Perceptions of values in civil society as a whole
4. PERCEPTION OF IMPACT
TABLE III.4.1 Impact of CSOs on the processes within the country
4.1 Responsiveness (internal perception)
4.2 Social impact (internal perception)
4.3 Policy impact (internal perception)
4.4 Responsiveness (external perception)
4.5 Social impact (external perception)
4.6 Policy impact (external perception)
4.7 Impact of civil society on attitudes
TABLE III.4.3 The level of public confidence in civil society institutions
5. EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
TABLE III.5.1 External environment of CSOs
5.1 Socio-economic context
5.2 Socio-political context
TABLE III.5.2 Political rights and freedoms
TABLE III.5.3 State effectiveness
5.3 Socio-cultural context
IV. STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN GEORGIA
WEAKNESSES:
STRENGTHS:
V. RECOMMENDATIONS
A. CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
B. ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
C. VALUES
D. IMPACT
E. ENVIRONMENT
VI. CONCLUSIONS
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 1 CSI INDICATOR MATRIX
APPENDIX 2 COLOUR CODING EXERCISE: RESULTS
FIGURE AII.1 Validity colour code and description
APPENDIX 4. SUMMARIES OF CASE STUDIES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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An Assessment of Georgian Civil Society

An Assessment of Georgian Civil Society

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