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Tbilisi Pride’s leading women

Ana Subeliani and Mariam Kvaratskhelia took the helm during a time of crisis and are now steering the organisation through uncharted waters.

Tbilisi Pride’s leading women

By Tata Shoshiashvili

Ana Subeliani and Mariam Kvaratskhelia took the helm during a time of crisis and are now steering the organisation through uncharted waters.

Prominent Georgian Dream MPs ‘leave party’ to float EU conspiracy

The three detailed a far-reaching conspiracy theory implicating Ukraine, the EU, the opposition UNM, and civil society in fomenting revolution.

Prominent Georgian Dream MPs ‘leave party’ to float EU conspiracy

The three detailed a far-reaching conspiracy theory implicating Ukraine, the EU, the opposition UNM, and civil society in fomenting revolution.

Pride Week kicks off in Tbilisi with strong support from ambassadors

A screening of a film about homophobia by Georgian director Elene Naveriani was screened under heavy police protection.

Pride Week kicks off in Tbilisi with strong support from ambassadors

A screening of a film about homophobia by Georgian director Elene Naveriani was screened under heavy police protection.

Datablog | Knowing a queer person increases tolerance

Data from a recent survey in Georgia suggests that people who know a non-heterosexual person are significantly more tolerant. 

Datablog | Knowing a queer person increases tolerance

By Dustin Gilbreath

Data from a recent survey in Georgia suggests that people who know a non-heterosexual person are significantly more tolerant. 

Georgian police vow to protect Pride events 

Far-right group Alt Info, who organised last year’s homophobic riots, have vowed to disrupt the events.

Georgian police vow to protect Pride events 

Far-right group Alt Info, who organised last year’s homophobic riots, have vowed to disrupt the events.

Georgian protesters demand government resignation following EU candidacy denial

Protest leaders gave the government until 3 July to step down, vowing to gather again on that date.

Georgian protesters demand government resignation following EU candidacy denial

Protest leaders gave the government until 3 July to step down, vowing to gather again on that date.

EU denies Georgia candidate status

EU member states granted Moldova and Ukraine candidate status while giving Georgia conditions to meet before their application could be reexamined.

EU denies Georgia candidate status

EU member states granted Moldova and Ukraine candidate status while giving Georgia conditions to meet before their application could be reexamined.

Kabardino-Balkaria activist stuck at Georgian border after being denied entry

Insa Oguz has been living at the Russian-Georgian border for almost two weeks after fleeing house arrest in Russia.

Kabardino-Balkaria activist stuck at Georgian border after being denied entry

Insa Oguz has been living at the Russian-Georgian border for almost two weeks after fleeing house arrest in Russia.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Gharibashvili defiant following massive pro-EU demonstration

The Georgian Prime Minister appeared defiant before parliament, insisting that Georgia deserved EU candidacy while denigrating opponents.

Gharibashvili defiant following massive pro-EU demonstration

The Georgian Prime Minister appeared defiant before parliament, insisting that Georgia deserved EU candidacy while denigrating opponents.

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