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Publication Date: 2017

EU-Georgian Relations Future Perspectives

Author: Kakha Gogolashvili Assistant Researcher: Gogita Gvedashvili
The project is supported by Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF)

Publication Date: 2017

Tbilisi Citizens’ Needs Assessment- presentation document

This research was aimed to evaluate Tbilisi citizens’ needs, which will be helpful to form the budget conformable to these needs. On the whole, this will help to carry out the activities for enhancing the welfare of the people living in Tbilisi. Conducted by Institute of Social Studies and Analysis with the support of Open Society Georgia Foundation. 2017 

Publication Date: 2017

Brief analysis of the existing situation on torture and ill-treatment in the recent years in Georgia

The brief report  supported by Open Society Georgia Foundation refers to the situation on combating torture, inhumane or degrading treatment in 2012-2017 in Georgia

Publication Date: 2017

Study Of The Detention Standards And Practice In Accordance With The Criminal Procedure Code Of Georgia

Autors: Davit Sulakvelidze; Ketevan Chomakhashvili; Girshel Dzebniauri; Tamar Tomashvili; Teona Mataradze.
National Institute for Human Rights
Published with the financial support of the Open Society Georgia Foundation.

Publication Date: 2017

Enforcement of Anti-discrimination legislation to ensure equality for persons with disabilities

In 2014 the Parliament of Georgia adopted the law on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination, whichis an important step forward in the modernization of the Georgian legal space. This further enhances the standardsof protection of human rights and equality rights in the country and provides an additional mechanismfor restoring violated rights. 

Publication Date: 2017

Report On Activities Of The Coalition For Equality - 2015–2016

The Coalition for Equality is an informal alliance established in 2014 with the support of Open SocietyGeorgia Foundation. It unites seven nongovernmental organisations. The members of Coalition are:Human Rights Education and Monitoring Centre (EMC); Identoba; Article 42 of the Constitution; UnionSapari; Georgian Young Lawyers' Association (GYLA); Women's Initiatives Supporting Group (WISG) andPartnership for Human Rights (PHR). The essential goal of the Coalition is to enhance the mandate andcompetences of antidiscrimination mechanisms and to support the effective fight against discrimination. 

Publication Date: 2017

The Right To Non-Discrimination In Practice For Various Groups In Georgia - 2016 Report By The Coalition For Equality

The Coalition for Equality is an informal alliance established in 2014 with the supportof Open Society Georgia Foundation. It unites seven nongovernmental organisations.The members of Coalition are: Human Rights Education and Monitoring Centre (EMC);Identoba; Article 42 of the Constitution; Union Sapari; Georgian Young Lawyers'Association (GYLA); Women's Initiatives Supporting Group (WISG) and Partnership forHuman Rights (PHR). The essential goal of the Coalition is to enhance the mandate andcompetences of antidiscrimination mechanisms and to support the effective fight againstdiscrimination. 

Publication Date: 2017

Transparency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs

The report was prepared by Transparency International Georgia and the Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC) with the financial support of the Open Society Georgia Foundation. The views, opinions and statements expressed by the authors are theirs only and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Foundation.Therefore, the Open Society GeorgiaFoundation is not responsible for the content of the report. 

Publication Date: 2017

IMPLEMENTATION OF EU GEORGIA ASSOCIATION AGENDA 2014 2016 ASSESSMENT BY CIVIL SOCIETY

Proofreading: Camrin Christensen
Design: Tornike Lortkipanidze 

Publication Date: 2017

Assessing the Prospects for Transitional Justice in Georgia

ICTJ assists societies confronting massive human rights abuses to promote accountability, pursue truth, provide reparations, and build trustworthy institutions. 
Author: Howard Varney
The International Center for Transitional Justice gratefully acknowledges the fi nancial support of the Foundation to Promote Open Society, which made the research, drafting, and publication of this report possible.


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