The German Foreign Ministry has allocated five million euros to Aid Ukrainian Refugees in Georgia

2023-07-24T08:39:12+02:00

Germany Allocates 5 Million Euros to the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) over the next 18 months to help Ukrainian refugees in Georgia who have been affected by the ongoing Russia -Ukraine war.   Source: German Embassy in Georgia   The project was officially announced on 18 July during a press conference at which the German Ambassador to Georgia, Peter Fischer, handed over a symbolic check to Clemens von Hymendal, Director

The German Foreign Ministry has allocated five million euros to Aid Ukrainian Refugees in Georgia2023-07-24T08:39:12+02:00

Georgia: Protecting the Rights of the Indigenous Population and Actively Working with Youth

2022-09-15T15:48:24+02:00

The Georgian section of ISHR continues to actively protect the rights of the population in the occupied territories of Georgia – Abkhazia and Samakhablo (Tskhinvali region) – where the rights of the indigenous Georgian population are constantly violated, especially in the Gali region. People are deprived of the right to work, study, receive medical care in their native Georgian language, and move freely to the neighboring Zugdidi region. Most importantly,

Georgia: Protecting the Rights of the Indigenous Population and Actively Working with Youth2022-09-15T15:48:24+02:00

Human Rights Watch 2021 report: a setback for Georgia

2022-02-01T16:46:31+01:00

Human Rights Watch 2021 report: a setback for Georgia The International Human Rights Organization, Human Rights Watch, has published a 2021 report, according to which, amid the political crisis, Georgia experienced a setback in a number of areas of human rights. According to the report, improper provision of justice for the crimes committed by the law enforcement agents remained an unresolved problem in Georgia. Other issues of concern include police

Human Rights Watch 2021 report: a setback for Georgia2022-02-01T16:46:31+01:00

Georgia responsible for ‘unprecedented’ 2013 attack on queer activists, ECHR rules

2021-12-17T10:33:32+01:00

On May 17, 2013, opponents of the LGBT community brutally cracked down on participants in an action timed to coincide with the International Day against Homophobia Georgia responsible for ‘unprecedented’ 2013 attack on queer activists, ECHR rules Foto: REUTERS The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has found the Georgian Government responsible for ‘unprecedented’ violence against a queer rights demonstration in Tbilisi on 17 May 2013,  and ordered them to

Georgia responsible for ‘unprecedented’ 2013 attack on queer activists, ECHR rules2021-12-17T10:33:32+01:00

The Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the Penitentiary Service brought to administrative responsibility

2021-12-07T18:14:32+01:00

By the decision of the State Inspector, the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the Special Penitentiary Service were brought to administrative responsibility for several episodes of an administrative offense against Mikhail Saakashvili The Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the Penitentiary Service brought to administrative responsibility By the decision of the State Inspector, the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the Special Penitentiary Service were brought to administrative responsibility

The Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the Penitentiary Service brought to administrative responsibility2021-12-07T18:14:32+01:00

Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations

2021-11-26T10:43:06+01:00

LGBT activists in Georgia have cancelled a Pride march in the capital Tbilisi after violent clashes ahead of the parade. Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations LGBT activists in Georgia have cancelled a Pride march in the capital Tbilisi after violent clashes ahead of the parade. Violent groups stormed and ransacked the office of gay rights campaigners on Monday, Georgian authorities confirmed. Activists posted photos and videos of

Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations2021-11-26T10:43:06+01:00

Made In Georgia – Georgia-Abkhaz Collaboration

2021-11-26T10:43:47+01:00

Made In Georgia - Georgia-Abkhaz Collaboration https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=vmQ_66a9HaU Made In Georgia - Georgia-Abkhaz Collaboration Avtandil Davitaia, ISHR-IGFM Lekso Gogokhia, Gali 777 The Checkpoints source: https://bm.ge/ka/video/made-in-georgia---georgia-abkhaz-collaboration/19677

Made In Georgia – Georgia-Abkhaz Collaboration2021-11-26T10:43:47+01:00

ინტერვიუ მეორე მსოფლიო ომის ვეტერანთან

2021-11-26T10:43:50+01:00

ინტერვიუ მეორე მსოფლიო ომის ვეტერან, 97 წლის სოხუმელ არტემ კოპალიანთან. ვიდეო მომზადებულია ადამიანის უფლებათა საერთაშორისო საზოგადოების (ISHR-IGFM) საქართველოს ეროვნული სექციის მიერ. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vV_PKQ-oqf8&fbclid=IwAR1NmsJk11dk2jXEcoNX3kaA_gab7xwBaaTGawdK8F1ZrFOswz3BEkblBts

ინტერვიუ მეორე მსოფლიო ომის ვეტერანთან2021-11-26T10:43:50+01:00

უპრეცედენტო საერთაშორისო კონფერენცია თბილისში

2021-11-26T10:44:30+01:00

უპრეცედენტო საერთაშორისო კონფერენცია თბილისში თბილისში, გაიმართა უპრეცედენტო სემინარი თემაზე „მას-მედია, აზრის ფორმირება, ადამიანის უფლებები აღმოსავლეთ პარტნიორობის ქვეყნებში“. სემინარი არის საერთაშორისო პროექტის ნაწილი, რომელიც მიზნად ისახავს აღმოსავლეთ პარტნიორობის ქვეყნებსა და გერმანიის ფედერალური რესპუბლიკის სამოქალაქო საზოგადოებებს შორის კავშირების დამყარებას. განსაკუთრებულად აღსანიშნავია, რომ ამ პროექტის მხარდამჭერია გერმანიის საგარეო საქმეთა სამინისტრო. სემინარის მოდერატორი გახლდათ ადამიანის უფლებათა საერთაშორისო საზოგადოების  (ISHR - IGFM) საქართველოს ეროვნული სექციის პრეზიდენტი ავთანდილ დავითაია, სემინარის რეფერანტ/ლექტორი თემურ ჩილაჩავა და პროექტის ასისტენტ/კოორდინატორი

უპრეცედენტო საერთაშორისო კონფერენცია თბილისში2021-11-26T10:44:30+01:00

Impressive Eastern Europe conference on disinformation in Frankfurt a.M.

2021-11-26T10:44:35+01:00

Impressive Eastern Europe conference on disinformation in Frankfurt a.M. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Increasing means of disinformation and manipulation in Eastern Europe "Media, opinion making, human rights in the countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia", the one-year project, ended on 6-7 December 2019 with a conference in Frankfurt am Main where the headquarter of the International Society for Human Rights/ISHR is located. The representatives of the participating countries Armenia, Azerbaijan,

Impressive Eastern Europe conference on disinformation in Frankfurt a.M.2021-11-26T10:44:35+01:00
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