“Initially, when I said that I would become an ecologist, everyone told me that I was a woman and would not succeed... However, my family members always repeated - Nino, you can do it! You will manage your work well! I am so glad I made that choice and I am an ecologist today. I do not completely agree with an opinion that a woman is unable to do this job”, - states Nino Magradze, a community ranger.
The agreement has not infrequently become a subject of inspection and discussions and we often encounter deliberate speculations that aim at stirring up anti-Turkish and anti-Western sentiments within Georgian society.
Social Justice Center presents an analytical document that has been prepared by employees of the organization on the basis of observation of election processes in Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions during the pre-election period and on the day of the elections.
The web portal www.csogeorgia.org was created to exchange information, improve communication, and share the resources among civil society organizations (CSOs). This virtual space will enable the representatives of public, international organizations, and any interested persons to obtain information on CSOs and their activities, i.e. to get familiar with out work, by spending the minimum time and energy.
The web portal CsoGeorgia.org releases a weekly newsletter of grants competition, contests, vacancies, fellowships, and tenders for civil society organizations, and for any interested person.
Tbilisi. On October 11, the Office of the Public Defender of Georgia, with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), organized an online conference dedicated to the World Mental Health Day. The subject of the conference was – “Provision of mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic”.
“There was discussed at the conference the quality of provision of psychiatric inpatient and community outpatient services during the pandemic. Besides, participants of the conference also talked about mental health and impact of COVID-19 on people with mental health problems”.
Tbilisi. The British Embassy Tbilisi and UNDP are launching a new stage of their support to the public administration reform.
“This fundamental transformation has been initiated by the Government of Georgia to modernise governance systems and build stronger democratic institutions”.
Photo: Nino Zedginidze/UNDP
Tbilisi. UNICEF Georgia releases an article: Four things you can do to support your teen’s mental health.
Whether you and your teen are getting along well or having challenges, it is important to show that you love and support them, that you can help them navigate tough times and that you are always there for them.
Here are four things to keep in mind when having that ‘how-are-you-doing?’ conversation with your teen and to show that you are always there for them.
Tbilisi. The UN Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities #UNCRPD is a critical tool to ensure social, economic, and legal protection. It is the legal protection of people with disabilities and supports their inclusion and integration in society.
“Georgia is establishing an Inter-Agency Committee to serve as a responsible agency and coordination mechanism in the UNCRPD implementation”.
Source: The organization’s page on the social network
Tbilisi. Rights Georgia presents a blog post of Nana Mchedlidze, an expert in international law: Compulsory vaccination does not violate human rights.
“The purpose of the article is to inform society about an existing European standard on obligations of the state and rights of people in regard to the vaccination, which standard is compulsory for 47 member states of the Council of Europe, including Georgia”.
GIPA makes an announcement for the Certificate Course - Media and Conflicts.
ISET - International School of Economics at TSU makes an announcement for the Training for Journalis...
GIPA makes an announcement for the Certificate Course.
UN Women is pleased to announce an opening for the position of National Consultant to Support the Mi...