The nationwide research examines what Georgians know and think of human rights. Its fundings are based on the results of 5,000 face-to-face interviews in four regions of Georgia, 14 focus group discussions and 29 in-depth interviews with representatives of the public sector, business, non-governmental organizations and LGBT community.
What are the obstacles faced by Georgian women while striving for a political career? The conclusions of this research are based on a qualitative survey, conducted among top and middle management of parliamentary political parties in Georgia – “Georgian Dream”, “United National Movement”, “European Georgia” and “Patriots’ Alliance of Georgia”, in March – May 2017.
Shepherds of Tusheti, a mountainous region in the heart of the Caucasus, can hardly explain the Climate Change. They can do better than that – show you how it works.
UNDP assists Georgia in four major areas: Democratic Governance, Economic Development, Environment and Energy, and Crisis Prevention and Recovery. Find out more about our projects.
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