2013-11-28Statement Regarding International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
On November 25 International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is celebrated around the whole world. It is noteworthy that this day marks the beginning of international 16 day campaign for combating violence against women, which is aimed at fighting against all forms of gender-based violence through raising public awareness and demonstration of women’s solidarity towards victims of gender-based violence all around the world.
2013-11-21Boys Choose Technical Faculties and Girls – Humanitarian
Nika Pachulia, 22, graduated the Faculty of Humanitarian Sciences at the Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University this year. He selected this profession regardless his parents’ protest. “Lecturers were surprised that I was studying Humanitarian Science because traditionally girls prefer to study there. There were only five boys in this faculty. I should admit that lecturers were more loyal to us than to girls. Maybe they wanted to morally encourage us to feel more comfortable in female environment. To tell the truth, initially I felt a bit awkward but later got used to it,” Nika Pachulia said.
2013-05-07Georgian Orthodox Church Calls for Anti-Abortion Law
Patriarch of the Georgian Orthodox Church, Ilia II, has called on the Georgian authorities in his Easter epistle for adopting anti-abortion law, saying that it would contribute to resolving country’s “grave demographic situation.”
2013-02-22Pregnant Woman Dismissed from Work
2013-02-01Former Employee of the Sport Ministry Said She Was Sacked for Gender
“They requested me to quit job claiming a woman cannot be a director of a public law legal entity,” said former director of the Children and Youth National Center Tatia Eliadze.
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