Events

Become an Equality Reporter

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with the Government’s Administration of Georgia invites young people to enter a competition of Equality Reporters. See full information in Georgian >>>

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Representatives of the Office of Resource Officers of Educational Institutions enhance capacities in human rights education

The second phase of the training of trainers on human rights education for the representatives of the Office of Resource Officers of Educational Institutions took place on 5-8 August. With the support of the Council of Europe and in cooperation with the Office of Resource Officers of Educational...

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Municipality representatives and youth develop initiatives in response to hate speech and discrimination

On 10 August, the Council of Europe and the State Ministry for Reconciliation and Civic Equality completed the training course “We together, We CAN!” against hate speech and discrimination. The course was conducted in two parts: the first part took place online on 27 July-4 August, and the second...

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Become an Equality Ambassador

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia invites young people living in Tbilisi, Adjara, Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti to enter a competition of Equality Ambassadors. See full information in Georgian >>>

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Young people and educators learn about alternative narratives against hate speech

2 July, 2020

The fourth and last session of “Let’s Learn about Human Rights Online” took place on 2 July focusing on alternative narratives against hate speech. During the online session, young people and educators learnt about hate speech and how to deconstruct oppressive narratives. The participants were...

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Students discuss how to solve gender-based violence

9 June 2020

On 9 June, Ilia State University held an online meeting for students on “Gender-Based Violence: Causes and Necessary Steps" with the support of the Council of Europe. The meeting aimed at discussing the causes of gender-based violence and the current situation, as well as the possible ways and...

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“Equality and Religious-Ethnic Diversity” online presentation and discussion

09 June 2020

The Tolerance and Diversity Institute in partnership with the Marneuli Office of the Network of Centers for Civic Engagement (NCCE), and with the support of the Council of Europe, held an online presentation and discussion on “Equality and Religious-Ethnic Diversity” in the framework of the “I...

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Sessions “Let’s Learn about Human Rights Online” continue

4 June 2020

The second session of “Let’s Learn about Human Rights Online” taught young people and educators about modern, creative and informal methods of human rights education. The class was held on 4 June by Lado Apkhazava a finalist of the Global Teacher Prize and a winner of the National Teacher Award...

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Tender on the provision of trainings according to the Council of Europe manuals “Bookmarks” and “We CAN”

The Council of Europe and State Ministry for Reconciliation and Civic Equality will implement an awareness-raising project “We together, We can” which will consists of a training phase and a small-scale projects implementation phase. The aim of the project “We together, We can” is to bring...

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Online training to create posters against racial discrimination

Ilia State University held an online training with the support of the Council of Europe to teach students how to raise awareness for the action day for the elimination of racial discrimination. The students learnt how to create posters using online designing platform Canva.com. The training was...

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The winners of the student essay competition on diversity and equality in Georgia revealed

1 June, 2020

On 1 June 2020, the best essays submitted in the framework of the student essay competition on diversity and equality in Georgia have been revealed. The winner of the first place accompanied by his teacher will have the opportunity of a visit to the Council of Europe Headquarters in Strasbourg,...

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Online conference organised for the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University organised a student scientific online conference on the topic "Harmonious Coexistence in a Diverse Environment" to celebrate the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development organised in the framework of the “I Choose Equality” campaign....

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Let’s Learn about Human Rights Online – new sessions about human rights education launched

Young people, teachers and anyone interested in education and human rights can enhance their skills and competences through a new series of online sessions “Let’s Learn about Human Rights Online”, starting on 21 May in the framework of the “I Choose Equality” campaign. The online sessions aim at...

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The Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatović spoke on “challenges posed to human rights by COVID-19” during Human Rights Talks

14 May, 2020

On 14 May the Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatović spoke on “challenges posed to human rights by COVID-19” during the last session of the “Human Rights Talks: Equality Matters” online series held by the Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with the Public Defender’s Office. The...

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Online discussion with youth to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

18 May 2020

On 18 May Ilia State University organised an online discussion with the support of the Council of Europe in order to mark the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. The guest speaker for the online discussion was Lela Akiashvili, Advisor on Human Rights and Gender...

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The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, will discuss the “challenges posed to human rights by COVID-19” during a Facebook live

13 May 2020 Tbilisi, Georgia

Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatović will talk about “challenges posed to human rights by COVID-19” during the last session of the “Human Rights Talks: Equality Matters”. This is a series of online talks run by the Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with the...

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Online discussion about access to education during the corona virus outbreak

6 May 2020

On 6 May live discussions “Human Rights Talks: Equality Matters” focused on the access to education during coronavirus outbreak. The guests of the fifth online talks were Eka Dgebuadze, the Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, Lia Tabatadze, the Head of the Georgian Down...

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Continuing online live talks on Human Rights

29 April, 2020

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia, together with the Public Defender’s Office, continue their series of live discussions “Human Rights Talks: Equality Matters”, where challenges and risks posed to human rights protection by the coronavirus outbreak are discussed. The guests of the fourth...

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Continuing online live talks on Human Rights

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with the Public Defender’s Office continue their series of live discussions “Human Rights Talks: Equality Matters”, where challenges and risks posed to human rights protection by the coronavirus outbreak are discussed. The second Human Rights Talks...

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Launching Live talks on Human Rights and Equality during COVID - 19 crisis

10 April 2020

On 10 April, the Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with the Public Defender’s Office launched a series of discussions “Human Rights Talks: Equality Matters”, this time online. The first online talk aimed at discussing challenges and the risks posed to human rights protection by the...

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