Let´s talk again about gender based violence, but this time a little further. Let´s start at birth, or more specifically – misbirth.
Georgian protesters today gathered across Georgia to protest the country’s ongoing problem of domestic violence and violence towards women.
A Georgian man currently living in Ireland is seeking refugee status after claiming he cannot return to his native Georgia due to a fear of anti-gay violence and discrimination.
An Azerbaijani delegation has this week been condemned for their actions after acting out against a protest targeting their government’s human rights record at the Eastern Partnership civil society forum being held this week in Batumi, Georgia.
In Georgia, prostitution is not only illegal, but is also a big taboo in this conservative society, strongly influenced by Orthodox Church values. The topic of prostitution, however, is much more complex and it is not only the social problem of “fallen women”, as some people may think.
There was a rise in the number of early marriages in Georgia in the 1990’s following the collapse of the Soviet Union. During that time, early marriages were often linked with bride kidnapping. Parents would marry their daughters to prevent them from being kidnapped. At the same time this was also linked to the school…
A young transgender woman was killed earlier this week and her apartment was set on fire in what some are calling a possible hate crime.