#far-right

 Far-right protestors disrupt modernist dance performance in Yerevan

The performers were called ‘satanic’ and attacked with green dye. 

 Far-right protestors disrupt modernist dance performance in Yerevan

The performers were called ‘satanic’ and attacked with green dye. 

Opinion | Georgia’s government is failing to take on right-wing extremism

The dismissal of a ‘hate motive’ in the murder of Vitali Safarov shows that the government unwilling to take steps to counter right-wing violence.

Opinion | Georgia’s government is failing to take on right-wing extremism

By Sasha Delemenchuk and Agit Mirzoev

The dismissal of a ‘hate motive’ in the murder of Vitali Safarov shows that the government unwilling to take steps to counter right-wing violence.

Analysis | Georgia’s far right are anti-Russian but share Russian narratives

A CRRC-Georgia study found that far-right Facebook groups spread Russian narratives online while speaking more negatively about Russia than the West.

Analysis | Georgia’s far right are anti-Russian but share Russian narratives

By CRRC

A CRRC-Georgia study found that far-right Facebook groups spread Russian narratives online while speaking more negatively about Russia than the West.

Georgian rights activist’s murder was ‘a hate crime’

Two Georgian rights groups called on the Prosecutor’s Office to consider the fatal stabbing in Tbilisi a possibly hate-motivated crime.

Georgian rights activist’s murder was ‘a hate crime’

Two Georgian rights groups called on the Prosecutor’s Office to consider the fatal stabbing in Tbilisi a possibly hate-motivated crime.

Opinion | Labelling Georgia’s far right ‘pro-Russian’ is reductionist and counterproductive

Georgia’s liberals consistently label neo-nationalist forces ‘pro-Russian’ — while ignoring the underlying social and economic roots of the problem.

Opinion | Labelling Georgia’s far right ‘pro-Russian’ is reductionist and counterproductive

By Shota Kincha

Georgia’s liberals consistently label neo-nationalist forces ‘pro-Russian’ — while ignoring the underlying social and economic roots of the problem.

Editorial | Georgia’s government must stop legitimising homophobic violence

If the government is serious about democracy and human rights, they must dare to pursue policies based on equality, no matter the political cost.

Editorial | Georgia’s government must stop legitimising homophobic violence

By OC Media

If the government is serious about democracy and human rights, they must dare to pursue policies based on equality, no matter the political cost.

Georgian Church distance themselves from Neo-Nazi groups

The Church urged any ‘aggressive’ groups to abstain from participating in events planned for 17 May.

Georgian Church distance themselves from Neo-Nazi groups

The Church urged any ‘aggressive’ groups to abstain from participating in events planned for 17 May.

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