On 7 May thirteen non-governmental organizations launched the civil society platform - No to Phobia! at Frontline Georgia Club. The joint declaration aimed at uniting civil society sector under the idea of struggle against xenophobia and discrimination was signed.
Following organizations are involved in the platform: Media Development Foundation-MDF, Georgian Democracy Initiative-GDI, Transparency International-TI, Tolerance and Diversity Institute-TDI, Identoba, International Society for Free and Fair Elections and Democracy -ISFED, European Center for Minority Issues -ECMI, Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center -EMC, Georgian Young Lawyers Association, Open Society Georgia Foundation - OSGF, Article 42, Safari and Georgia's Reforms Association -GRASS.
Media Development Foundation and Georgian Democracy Initiative are implementing the project "Combating Xenophobia and Discrimination in Georgian Politics and Media" within the program Advancing National Integration in Georgia, supported by the United Nations Association of Georgia and the United State Agency for International Development (USAID).