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Analysis | Georgia’s imagined tolerance

A new survey from CRRC-Georgia suggests there is a gap between the perception and reality of intolerance in Georgia.

Analysis | Georgia’s imagined tolerance

By CRRC

A new survey from CRRC-Georgia suggests there is a gap between the perception and reality of intolerance in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

By CRRC

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

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.

Human rights committee under fire in Georgia over U-turn on queer rights

Chairperson Sopo Kiladze told Liberali on Sunday the committee would no longer be marking International Day against Homophobia.

Human rights committee under fire in Georgia over U-turn on queer rights

Chairperson Sopo Kiladze told Liberali on Sunday the committee would no longer be marking International Day against Homophobia.

Opinion | To answer Georgia’s homophobia we need a more united front against hate

Queer rights activism has come a long way in Georgia, but faced with rising homophobia, cooperation within the movement is crucial now more than ever.

Opinion | To answer Georgia’s homophobia we need a more united front against hate

By Natia Gvianishvili

Queer rights activism has come a long way in Georgia, but faced with rising homophobia, cooperation within the movement is crucial now more than ever.

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