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Georgian foreign agent law protester’s father self-harms in court

Beka Grigoriadis cut open his stomach in court after six months of protesting on the streets demanding his son’s freedom.

Georgian foreign agent law protester’s father self-harms in court

Beka Grigoriadis cut open his stomach in court after six months of protesting on the streets demanding his son’s freedom.

Podcast | No tents, no stages, no signs: Georgian Dream’s war on protest

OC Media’s Mariam Nikuradze, Shame’s Dachi Imedadze, and Social Justice Center’s Guram Imnadze talk about the new amendments to the law on protests.

Podcast | No tents, no stages, no signs: Georgian Dream’s war on protest

OC Media’s Mariam Nikuradze, Shame’s Dachi Imedadze, and Social Justice Center’s Guram Imnadze talk about the new amendments to the law on protests.

Lazare Grigoriadis jailed on two-year-old charges, as pretrial detention term approaches end

The first person to face charges over the foreign agent protests has been jailed, shortly before the limit for being held in pretrial detention elapsed.

Lazare Grigoriadis jailed on two-year-old charges, as pretrial detention term approaches end

The first person to face charges over the foreign agent protests has been jailed, shortly before the limit for being held in pretrial detention elapsed.

Beka Grigoriadis: ‘Those who fought alongside Lazare have abandoned him’

Beka Grigoriadis has protested daily against the prosecution of his son Lazare, who is on trial for his role in the foreign agent law protests.

Beka Grigoriadis: ‘Those who fought alongside Lazare have abandoned him’

By Mariam Nikuradze

Beka Grigoriadis has protested daily against the prosecution of his son Lazare, who is on trial for his role in the foreign agent law protests.

Foreign agent law protester’s father sews shut mouth and eye

Beka Grigoriadis is demanding the release of his son, who was arrested for his participation in the March foreign agent law protests.

Foreign agent law protester’s father sews shut mouth and eye

Beka Grigoriadis is demanding the release of his son, who was arrested for his participation in the March foreign agent law protests.

Police confiscate anti-government banners and detain protester in Tbilisi

The father of foreign agent law protester Lazare Grigoriadis was detained by police after attempting to pitch a tent behind the parliament.

Police confiscate anti-government banners and detain protester in Tbilisi

The father of foreign agent law protester Lazare Grigoriadis was detained by police after attempting to pitch a tent behind the parliament.

Lazare Grigoriadis’ father begins ‘permanent’ protest

Lazare Grigoriadis is the first foreign agent law protester to be detained and tried in court.

Lazare Grigoriadis’ father begins ‘permanent’ protest

Lazare Grigoriadis is the first foreign agent law protester to be detained and tried in court.

Demonstrator and journalists face charges over foreign agent protests

A 21-year-old Georgian faces four to seven years in prison on charges of attacking a police officer.

Demonstrator and journalists face charges over foreign agent protests

A 21-year-old Georgian faces four to seven years in prison on charges of attacking a police officer.

Concert in Tbilisi in support of imprisoned foreign agent protester

Lazare Grigoriadis faces from 7–11 years in prison for his role in protests against Georgia’s aborted foreign agent law.

Concert in Tbilisi in support of imprisoned foreign agent protester

Lazare Grigoriadis faces from 7–11 years in prison for his role in protests against Georgia’s aborted foreign agent law.

Rights of foreign agent law protester Lazare Grigoriadis ‘possibly violated’

The Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association claims that the authorities failed to provide Grigoriadis with a lawyer and that he was coerced into incriminating himself.

Rights of foreign agent law protester Lazare Grigoriadis ‘possibly violated’

The Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association claims that the authorities failed to provide Grigoriadis with a lawyer and that he was coerced into incriminating himself.