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Do Azeri girls need to be educated?

Nona Samkharadze

This tabooed topic should become a subject of public discussion in the regions densely populated by Azeries if....

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It’s still a long way to Akhalgori

Lia Kiladze

Today Mariam Lomineishvili has to start her life from scratch. She lost her house, her job and peace of mind...

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Sexism in Georgian Media

Ketevan Barnov

“Maybe not infidelity, but apparently like domination of a Georgian man over a woman”... this is the idea of a young man....

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A woman versus a black or the role of stereotypes in American Presidential election


Nobody could believe it, but it came true

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“Human Rights for Women!”, “Human Right for All People!”


The researche revealed that 82.9% of women are potential victims of economical violence and 2.5% are victims of sexual violence

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Political participation of Georgian women


In the newly elected Georgian Parliament there are 7 female MPs, which constitutes 9% of the total number of MPs

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Ways of combating domestic violence in Georgia


NGO representatives don’t agree with the statistics. They believe it doesn’t reflect the real situation..

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Beyond the Shelter

The youth exhibitions and installations

Women’s Fund in Georgia is honored to invite you to 2016 Kato Mikeladze Award Ceremony


Video archive

Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


Gender policy

Austria gets first woman chancellor after video scandal

Spain's parliament leads Europe in gender-equality despite rise of far right

Modi's party promises 33 pct reservation for women in India's parliament


Photo archive

Swedish politicians visit in WIC



To end slavery, free 10,000 people a day for a decade, report says

Interpol rescues 85 children in Sudan trafficking ring

Mother Teresa India charity 'sold babies'


Hot Line

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Consultation Hotline for victims of domestic violence

Tel.: 2 100 229

Consultation Hotline for victims of human trafficking

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Hotline Anti-violence Network of Georgia (NGO)

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