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Do Georgians understand what gender equality means?

Research by CRRC-Georgia suggests a majority of people do not know what ‘feminism’ is.

Do Georgians understand what gender equality means?

Research by CRRC-Georgia suggests a majority of people do not know what ‘feminism’ is.

Do Georgians understand what gender equality means?

Research by CRRC-Georgia suggests a majority of people do not know what ‘feminism’ is.

Do Georgians understand what gender equality means?

By CRRC

Research by CRRC-Georgia suggests a majority of people do not know what ‘feminism’ is.

Analysis | Men report doing more at home than they likely do in Armenia and Georgia

According to data from a UN Women survey, men and women in Armenia and Georgia have different perceptions of the amount of work they are doing.

Analysis | Men report doing more at home than they likely do in Armenia and Georgia

By CRRC

According to data from a UN Women survey, men and women in Armenia and Georgia have different perceptions of the amount of work they are doing.

Sexual violence in the family: a taboo topic in Armenia

Cultural taboos and shaming of victims means that women subjected to sexual violence at home often do not come forward.

Sexual violence in the family: a taboo topic in Armenia

By Armine Avetisyan

Cultural taboos and shaming of victims means that women subjected to sexual violence at home often do not come forward.

Georgian parliament rejects gender quota bill

The bill, signed by 37,000 voters, would have required parties to field an equal number of men and women as candidates.

Georgian parliament rejects gender quota bill

The bill, signed by 37,000 voters, would have required parties to field an equal number of men and women as candidates.

Voice from Tbilisi | ‘He would marry me if I withdrew the charges’

Salome Zandukeli, 22, talks of how she dealt with her rape, and the reaction of society and of those around her.

Voice from Tbilisi | ‘He would marry me if I withdrew the charges’

Salome Zandukeli, 22, talks of how she dealt with her rape, and the reaction of society and of those around her.

Might makes right — bullying in Azerbaijan’s schools

Attitudes on violence, masculinity, and honour mean the toughest lessons are often forced on children on the school grounds.

Might makes right — bullying in Azerbaijan’s schools

By Vafa Zeynalova

Attitudes on violence, masculinity, and honour mean the toughest lessons are often forced on children on the school grounds.

The missing children — absenteeism in Armenia’s schools

There are hundreds of children not attending school in Armenia. While some work to support their families, others are victims of gender attitudes.

The missing children — absenteeism in Armenia’s schools

By Armine Avetisyan

There are hundreds of children not attending school in Armenia. While some work to support their families, others are victims of gender attitudes.

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