Thirty-six per cent of Georgia’s young people say they support protecting the rights of ‘sexual minorities’.
The ruling came in response to a lawsuit from the republic’s Ministry of Justice.
As students continue to drop out of university for financial reasons, critics call for reform.
Rustavi’s factories have led to ‘alarming’ levels of air pollution in the city — local activists, backed by the city council, are getting fed up.
‘When they started setting houses on fire, and burned down my cousins’ houses, we were forced to run away. We were afraid that they would burn us all. So we ran.’
CRRC-Georgia examines the actors, issues, and institutions that people think divide society.
Starting on 17 September, Afghan veterans of Daghestan declared a hunger strike in Makhachkala demanding better housing conditions.
His lawyer insisted he is innocent and that he could face torture in Russia.
The authorities claimed the men were members of the ‘radical Islamist underground’.
Georgians are largely (57%) undecided which party they would support if there were elections tomorrow