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Court representatives learn more about hate crime data collection

26-27 October 2021

On 26-27 October 2021 and 7-8 December 2021, the Council of Europe Office in Georgia organised trainings for the representatives of the courts on data collection on discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech according to the European standards. In 2021 in total 77 judicial assistants undertook...

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New study of attitudes to diversity in Georgia: people increasingly positive about minorities, but awareness of laws and redress mechanisms remains unchanged

15 February 2022 Online event

15 February 2022 - The Council of Europe Office in Georgia presented today the results of the project “Fight against Discrimination, Hate Speech and Hate Crimes in Georgia” carried out in 2018-2021 and the main findings of the study “Hate Speech, Hate Crimes and Discrimination in Georgia:...

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Programme on Policing in Diverse Society has been launched

In 2021 the Council of Europe Office in Georgia assisted the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to pilot a programme on policing in diverse society. This activity aimed to introduce the manual on religious and ethnic diversity in Georgia and integrate it into the study curriculum of the...

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“Hate speech, hate crime and discrimination in Georgia: attitudes and awareness in 2021”: study findings to be presented by Council of Europe on Tuesday

14 February 2022 Tbilisi, Georgia

On Tuesday, 15 February, at the online closing event of the Project “Fight against discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes in Georgia”, the Council of Europe Office in Georgia will present the project’s results and the main findings of the study “Hate Speech, Hate Crimes and Discrimination in...

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More Representatives of the Office of Resource Officers completed Training for Trainers in Human Rights Education

28-30 October 2021

The Training of Trainers on human rights education was held in close cooperation with the Office of Resource Officers of Educational Institutions. Thirteen staff of the Office of Resource Officers were trained on the following topics: hate speech, discrimination and related legal aspects;...

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Tender on the Production of Infographics, Data Visuals and Illustrations

The Council of Europe is looking for a Provider for the production of infographics, data visuals and illustrations in the framework of the Project “Fight against discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech in Georgia”. These products will aim to better inform general public about the results of...

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Tender on Video Production

The Council of Europe is looking for a Provider for the production of a video in the framework of the Project “Fight against discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech in Georgia”. The video aims to raise awareness of the project's success stories and its results. Terms of reference Act of...

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Tender on Translation Services in Armenian and Azerbaijani Languages

The Council of Europe is looking for a Provider(s) for the provision of translation services of Azerbaijani-Georgian, Georgian-Azerbaijani, Armenian-Georgian and Georgian-Armenian languages in the framework of the Project “Fight against discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech in Georgia” ....

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The third Equality Week took place in Georgia

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with partner organisations organised the third Equality Week on 15-24 November in Georgia. The Equality Week is celebrated around the International Day for Tolerance (16 November) with the aim to raise awareness about the importance of diversity...

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The third Equality Week launched in Georgia

15 November 2021

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia together with partner organisations organised the second Equality Week (15-24 November) in Georgia. The Equality Week is celebrated around the International Day for Tolerance (16 November) with the aim to raise awareness about the importance of diversity...

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The Equality Week is back with creative activities in Georgia

12 November 2021

To celebrate equality and diversity, the Equality Week in Georgia is back this year with creative and interesting activities. The annual tradition marks around the International Day for Tolerance (16 November) with its activities planned on 15-24 November. The aim of the Equality Week is to raise...

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Intellectual Game for school students - What? Where? When? on equality and cultural diversity

The I Choose Equality campaign within the initiative of the Council of Europe Ambassador for Equality in Adjara announces the registration of teams to participate in the intellectual game: What? Where? When? For more information, please see the announcement in Georgian. Registartion form

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Discussing hate crime data analysis online

6-7 October 2021

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia organised an online seminar on hate crime data analysis for partner institutions to discuss the methodology of data analysis and the best examples of cooperation between government institutions, civil society and researchers. Together with the invited...

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Educators learn more about the human rights education

23-27 September 2021

The Council of Europe organised a 5-day training of trainers on human rights education and equality. The aim of the training was to raise awareness about the Council of Europe principles and methodology for conducting human rights education and a non-formal education, as a means to address hate...

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Supporting representative of the law enforcement bodies and the judiciary in fight hate crime and hate speech

21.09.2021

The Council of Europe launched an updated HELP course on Hate Crime and Hate Speech for more than 60 legal professionals - judges, prosecutors, and investigators. Natalia Voutova, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Georgia, Aleksandre Darakhvelidze, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Natia...

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Managers from Prosecutor’s Office and the Ministry of Internal affairs enhance their knowledge on investigating hate crimes

30-31 July 2021

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia organised a working meeting with the managers from the Prosecutor’s Office and the Ministry of Internal Affairs on the best practices of investigating hate crimes. The aim of the meeting was to share knowledge on the factors to consider during hate crime...

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Court representatives enhance their knowledge on hate crime data collection

15-16 July 2021

The Council of Europe Office in Georgia organised a training for the representatives of the courts on data collection on discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech according to the European standards. The meeting aimed at increasingthe capacity of the court staff. The court assistants from...

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Equality Ambassadors are planning future activities

17-18 July 2021

The Equality Ambassadors have gathered for a two-day meeting to discuss the main achievements and challenges of the implemented initiatives and to plan future activities. During the meeting, they met with the representatives of the Public Defender’s Office in Georgia and the Ministry of Internal...

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70 investigators are better prepared to deal with alleged cases of hate crime

On 19-20 July the Council of Europe in co-operation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs completed a series of trainings on prohibition of discrimination, hate speech and crimes committed on discriminatory grounds. As a result, 70 investigators are better aware of national and international...

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Human rights education training for the representatives of the Office of Resource Officers continues

26-29 June 2021

The Council of Europe organised a second course of training of trainers for the representatives of the Office of Resource Officers of Educational Institutions from Tbilisi and regions on human rights education. 19 staff members have been trained to be trainers based on the Human Rights Education...

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