Georgian officials will go to Europe to study the experience for the sake of social reform

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A working group from Georgia will visit several European countries in early December to get acquainted with the best practices of implementing social policy reform. This was stated by Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili.
The preparation of a legislative initiative for the reform of social policy was entrusted to the Deputy Prime Minister, Head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia Levan Davitashvili. It is he who will lead the Georgian working group, which will go to Europe in December.
"We will have intensive work, we will bring the best experience from Europe, which has carried out the reform of social policy, and I think it will also be useful for our country and our population," Garibashvili said.
Last week, Garibashvili announced that he would carry out a reform that would improve the employment of socially vulnerable citizens. The Prime Minister noted that today there are more than 600,000 socially unprotected people in Georgia and almost half of them are able-bodied, but do not work for fear of losing state benefits.
The government plans to help employ at least 50 thousand citizens with the status of a socially unprotected person in 2022.

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Georgian officials will go to Europe to study the experience for the sake of social reform

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Read: 621     14:00     30 Ноябрь 2021    

A working group from Georgia will visit several European countries in early December to get acquainted with the best practices of implementing social policy reform. This was stated by Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili.
The preparation of a legislative initiative for the reform of social policy was entrusted to the Deputy Prime Minister, Head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia Levan Davitashvili. It is he who will lead the Georgian working group, which will go to Europe in December.
"We will have intensive work, we will bring the best experience from Europe, which has carried out the reform of social policy, and I think it will also be useful for our country and our population," Garibashvili said.
Last week, Garibashvili announced that he would carry out a reform that would improve the employment of socially vulnerable citizens. The Prime Minister noted that today there are more than 600,000 socially unprotected people in Georgia and almost half of them are able-bodied, but do not work for fear of losing state benefits.
The government plans to help employ at least 50 thousand citizens with the status of a socially unprotected person in 2022.

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