Georgia

Report on visit to Georgia

Georgia has to improve the administration of justice and promote tolerance

12/05/2014 Strasbourg
“Continued efforts are needed to enhance public trust in the justice system and to promote equality and minority rights,” said today Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights,...
Visit to Georgia

Georgia: greater efforts are needed to improve the administration of justice and promote tolerance

27/1/2014 Strasbourg
"Though Georgia has enacted important reforms in the justice system, further efforts are needed to strengthen the independence and impartiality of the judiciary," said Nils Muižnieks, the Council...
Letter to Georgian authorities

Effective measures needed to eradicate ill-treatment and torture in Georgia

04/12/2012 Strasbourg
"The Georgian authorities should address long-standing concerns about ill-treatment of prisoners and other detained persons by public officials and take effective steps to repair the system of...
Report following visit to Georgia

Georgia: “Human rights must be better protected in the justice system”

05/07/2011 Strasbourg
"More efforts are needed to address serious shortcomings in the judiciary and increase its transparency and fairness" said the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg,...
Visit to Georgia

Georgia: more needs to be done to uphold the credibility of the justice system

20/04/2011 Tbilisi, Georgia
At the end of a four-day visit to Georgia focusing on human rights in the justice system, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg presented his preliminary observations at...
Report on visits to Georgia

Georgia: “Further improvements needed to ensure human rights and humanitarian protection”

07/10/2010 Strasbourg
"All sides should ensure a faster improvement of the human rights situation in the areas affected by the August 2008 conflict" said the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas...
Report on monitoring of investigations of missing persons

August 2008 armed conflict in Georgia: serious shortcomings in clarifying the fate of missing persons

29/09/2010 Strasbourg
"Regrettably, there have been serious shortcomings in the process of clarifying the fate of missing persons and ensuring accountability for the perpetrators of illegal acts". With these words, the...

Special Follow-Up Mission to the Areas Affected by the South Ossetia Conflict

Special Follow-Up Mission to the Areas Affected by the South Ossetia Conflict: Implementation of the Commissioner's six principles for urgent human rights and humanitarian protection (Tblisi,...

Special follow-up mission to the areas affected by the South-Ossetia conflict

Special follow-up mission to the areas affected by the South-Ossetia conflict: Implementation of the Commissioner's six principles for urgent human rights and humanitarian protection (Tblisi, Gori,...

Special mission to Georgia and Russia

Human rights in areas affected by the South Ossetia conflict. Special mission to Georgia and Russia, by Thomas Hammarberg, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights (Vladikavkaz, Tskhinvali,...

Report following the visit to Georgia

Follow-up report to the recommendations of the Commissioner for Human Rights following his visit to Georgia (1-10 June 2000)

Report on the visit to Georgia

Report by Mr Alvaro Gil-Robles, Commissioner for Human Rights, on his visit to Georgia (1-10 June 2000)