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Georgian Supreme Court nominees confirmed despite ‘stink bomb’ in parliament

The controversial vote on Thursday came amidst protest rallies and arrests and journalists forcibly removed from a committee hearing.

Georgian Supreme Court nominees confirmed despite ‘stink bomb’ in parliament

The controversial vote on Thursday came amidst protest rallies and arrests and journalists forcibly removed from a committee hearing.

Ultra-conservatives in Georgia protest UNICEF-supported Children’s Rights Code

Several dozen ultra-conservatives gathered in front of the UN House in central Tbilisi to protest the UN’s ‘advocacy of values foreign to Georgia’.

Ultra-conservatives in Georgia protest UNICEF-supported Children’s Rights Code

Several dozen ultra-conservatives gathered in front of the UN House in central Tbilisi to protest the UN’s ‘advocacy of values foreign to Georgia’.

Georgian activists protest for human rights committee head to resign

The Protest calling for her resignation, the second in under a year, came after Kiladze stormed out of a meeting on a proposed Children’s Rights Code.

Georgian activists protest for human rights committee head to resign

The Protest calling for her resignation, the second in under a year, came after Kiladze stormed out of a meeting on a proposed Children’s Rights Code.

Georgian supermarket employees forced to purchase outdated products

Employees of the Nikora chain were forced to purchase outdated products that they failed to remove from shelves.

Georgian supermarket employees forced to purchase outdated products

Employees of the Nikora chain were forced to purchase outdated products that they failed to remove from shelves.

Editorial | Georgia’s government must stop legitimising homophobic violence

If the government is serious about democracy and human rights, they must dare to pursue policies based on equality, no matter the political cost.

Editorial | Georgia’s government must stop legitimising homophobic violence

By OC Media

If the government is serious about democracy and human rights, they must dare to pursue policies based on equality, no matter the political cost.

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