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Tamara Mearakishvili tells reasons for her hunger strike

2018-07-04

Tamara Mearakishvili, a South-Ossetian activist, who went on a hunger strike in connection with the criminal prosecution, including on charges of defaming the ruling party "United Ossetia"

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Where are the Women in Armenia's Revolution?

Sara Khojoyan
2018-05-18

Indeed, only two of the new government’s 17 ministers - for culture and for labour and social affairs - are women. All three deputy prime ministers are all men

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WIC project manager Nazi Burduladze on women's movement in Georgia

2017-07-28

Women’s Information Center’s project manager Nazi Burduladze speaks to Radio GIPA (FM94.3) about women’s movement in Georgia, recent march, follow ups and future plans.

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Georgian Women March against Misogyny and Racism

Giorgi Lomsadze
2017-07-21

Chanting “Women’s disobedience begins!,” scores of female protesters marched down the avenue on July 19 to oppose the misogyny, racism and an alleged gang-rape

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LGBT activists and supporters leave protest area with the help of police officers

2017-05-17

LGBT activists, representatives of NGOs and ordinary citizens took part in the event. The main slogan of the rally was -"Do not stand on the side of violence."

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Advocating Gender Balance in Georgia’s Transportation System

2017-05-16

According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), Georgia has the lowest number of female employment within Transport, Storage and Communications of the Caucasus countries

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Georgian schools to teach gender equality in curriculum

2017-05-15

Human rights, gender equality, healthy living and reproductive health will soon be an integral part of the Georgian school curriculum

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Meet the first Georgian girl studying at the Royal Military Academy in the UK

2017-04-18

23-year old Jilda Tsurtsumia is the first cadet girl that will continue studying at the Sandhurst Royal Military Academy in the United Kingdom

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Appeal of the civil society organizations

2017-03-20

To the members of the State Constitutional Commission of Georgia, the Parliament of Georgia, and the Council on Gender Equality at the Parliament of Georgia

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