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Analysis | What divides and what unites Georgian society?

CRRC-Georgia examines the actors, issues, and institutions that people think divide society.

Analysis | What divides and what unites Georgian society?

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines the actors, issues, and institutions that people think divide society.

Court begins hearing Batumi mosque appeal after 2-year standstill

The lawsuit was brought by a group of Muslim’s against the city authorities over their refusal to grant a contruction permit.

Court begins hearing Batumi mosque appeal after 2-year standstill

The lawsuit was brought by a group of Muslim’s against the city authorities over their refusal to grant a contruction permit.

Cancelled rap concert sparks freedom of speech debate in Daghestan

The cancellation of a concert by a Russian rapper in Daghestan and a spat with a local MMA star sparked a debate on freedom of speech and religion.

Cancelled rap concert sparks freedom of speech debate in Daghestan

The cancellation of a concert by a Russian rapper in Daghestan and a spat with a local MMA star sparked a debate on freedom of speech and religion.

Court rules privileges for Georgian Orthodox Church unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court ruled against tax and state property legislation that give preferences to the Orthodox Church and not other religious groups.

Court rules privileges for Georgian Orthodox Church unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court ruled against tax and state property legislation that give preferences to the Orthodox Church and not other religious groups.

Georgian PM: Church and school connections should be strengthened

The Church had urged the government to ‘think about [spiritual upbringing] more’, in the wake of a fatal double stabbing outside a Tbilisi school.

Georgian PM: Church and school connections should be strengthened

The Church had urged the government to ‘think about [spiritual upbringing] more’, in the wake of a fatal double stabbing outside a Tbilisi school.

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