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2010-12-24
A Town in the City for 30 000 IDPs
 In accordance to the state strategy about IDPs, in spring of 2011 about 30 000 IDPs will be settled in the territory of Maltakva, in Poti. The IDP families will be resettled to Poti from various regions of the Western Georgia. It is unclear what measures the government will take to prevent worsening of the economical situation of the IDPs by mass resettlement.
 
2010-12-23
A Town in the City for 30 000 IDPs
In accordance to the state strategy about IDPs, in spring of 2011 about 30 000 IDPs will be settled in the territory of Maltakva, in Poti. The IDP families will be resettled to Poti from various regions of the Western Georgia. It is unclear what measures the government will take to prevent worsening of the economical situation of the IDPs by mass resettlement.
2010-12-21
IDPs in Kheta Requesting Improvement of Their Life Conditions
In the village Kheta of Khobi municipality, in the former building of technical college, forty families of IDPs from Abkhazia have been accommodated. For six months, they have not been provided with water and have been carrying unhealthy water from the well. Several times, children got poisoned. The IDPs are talking about the unduly conducted rehabilitation works. Their houses do not have chimneys, thus they do not have heating system.

2010-12-21
IDPs Protesting against the New Wave of Evictions
Bakurtsikhe, Lesichine, Potskhoetseri, Chkaduashi, Narazeni, Abashispiri – these are the villages where the IDPs are going to be moved to once again. The eviction and forceful displacement to the regions from 30 compact settlement places of Tbilisi was planned for December 26th, but as a result of the protest rallies and activity of civil society, the government stopped this process till January 15th.

2010-12-17
Human Rights Center Requests Stopping the Mass Eviction of IDPs from the Compact Residence Places
 Human Rights Center is concerned with the feasible mass eviction of IDPs. In 24 collective centers of Tbilisi, the IDPs have been informed that the buildings that they are currently living in are not the places of compact settlements and thus cannot be intended for long-term living.
 
2010-12-14
New Lodgers of Tsintskaro
The village Tsintskaro of Tetritskaro municipality was inhabited by Greeks till 2005. Nowadays, it is inhabited by eco-migrants, the so-called old IDPs and the IDPs displaced since the conflict of 2008 in the Kodori valley.
 
2010-12-06
Terrible Losses Overnight'
Cables Track US Diplomatic Efforts to Avert Russian-Georgian Conflict. The leaked embassy cables show how the US, after spending years helping to build up Georgia's military capabilities, made last-ditch diplomatic attempts to avert the August 2008 conflict between Georgia and Russia.

2010-11-30
Public Defender Requests the Proper Residence Places for Eco Migrants
Giorgi Tughushi, the public defender of Georgia requests that the family of  Mukhamed Gogitidze from the village Koreti, Akhmeta region is provided with the proper residence place. The public defender addressed the Minister of Refugees and Accommodation of Georgia, Koba Subeliani.

2010-11-25
Content and Discontent IDPs from Karaleti Settlement
IDP settlement is getting ready for winter. The residents of Karaleti settlement are satisfied with the renovation of the cottages. However, they will soon see how the renovated houses endure the frost in winter. The Gori office of the Human Rights Center got interested how IDPs prepare for winter.
2010-11-22
IDP Lives in Old Farm
IDP from Akhalgori district Ushangi Rusitashvili has been living in the abandoned farm in unbearable and extremely poor conditions for two years already. This shelter does not comply with minimal living standards but since Rustashvili has not received any financial compensation yet (10 000 USD), he has nowhere to go.
2010-11-18
Displaced and disgruntled in Georgia
 When roughly 5% of a country’s population have fled their homes but remain within national borders, what should the government do? That is one of the problems facing Georgia, where about 230,000 people were displaced in the unrest of the early 1990s, and 20,000 or so more left their homes following the 2008 war with Russia.
 
2010-11-16
Cottage or 10 000 USD in Exchange for Life in Akhalgori District
An Akhalgori district resident, who will not abandon the Ksani Valley and declare to the Ministry of Koba Subeliani that he/she has fled from the district, will not receive IDP status. Without this status, they will not receive accommodation, financial allowance or any other assistance from the government.

2010-11-12
Life of Family Members of the Warriors Killed in the War in Abkhazia
On the day of fall of Sokhumi, the governmental officials usually go to the memorial of the warriors killed for the territorial integrity. The families of those warriors, whose names are now written on the memorial, cope with daily problems in various regions of Georgia.

2010-11-05
IDP in the Burning Center Fights Death
The health state of IDP Nana Pipia treated in the Burning Center is still very heavy. Doctors are anticipating future worsening. On October 27th, Nana Pipia poured petrol and set herself on fire in front of the Ministry of IDPs from Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees, and was inflicted with third A and third B quality thermal burnings.

2010-11-04
The Premiere of HRIDC.TV’s New Movie “The Missing People” in the Cinema House
 “The Missing People” is a new documentary of Human Rights Center video portal HRIDC.TV the premiere of which took place in the Cinema House on October 9th. Giorgi Janelidze’s movie covers the problems of investigation for finding people lost during the war in Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region.
 
 
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