2010-12-22“Tbilisi Hamkari” and Opposition Party Representatives Protesting Against the Cutting Down of Trees at Dinamo Tennis-Courts
2010-12-21Levan Gachechiladze: “If I Fail To Prove My Truth While I Am Alive, I Will Bequeath It to My Successors”
A leader of the Georgian Party Levan Gachechiladze responded to the article published in the newspaper “Asaval-Dasavali.” He blamed Nino Burjanadze’s family in launching nasty campaign against him.
2010-12-21New Taxes – New Puzzle for Farmers
In accordance to the amendments to the Tax Code, the taxes on the land will increase from January of 2011. The new tariff for one hectare of the land will be 50-150 GEL and it will be estimated in accordance to the harvest received from the plot. However, the mechanisms to estimate the amount of harvest have not been clarified yet.
2010-12-21Georgia Holds 103rd Position after Uganda, Mozambique, Cambodia and Bhutan according to Democracy Index
2010-12-21Saakashvili, Nazarbaev and Chaves Congratulated Lukashenko with the Victory in the Elections
2010-12-14Honorable Citizenship Cannot Be Restored by Protest in Kitchens
Freedom, dignity, sympathy, love and protection of human rights – are essential not only for the nation but for each person. So, we, ordinary citizens of this country, are obliged to protect the honor and freedom of our country and each person by standing together.
2010-12-13The Tbilisi Bombings
Just before dawn on Sept. 22, a small bomb exploded about 100 yards away from the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia, leading to the discovery of another explosive device in a nearby cemetery. In the following weeks, a series of mysterious nighttime bombings occurred. On Oct 2, a bomb exploded at a bridge outside the city, then on Oct. 21 at the main train station, followed by another bombing in the middle of the night in the outskirts of the city.
2010-12-13War Don Don – Film About Already Finished War
On December 10, the Human Rights Center screened a documentary film War Don Don at the Human Rights House Tbilisi. The film by Rebecca Richman Cohen is about the international justice and its dilemmas when working on the cases of concrete people and countries. The Royal Netherlands Embassy provided the Human Rights Center with the film.
2010-12-10Choice of Georgian Residents of Gali District – Life in Fear or Homeless Displacement
Bela – an IDP from Abkhazia currently lives in Samegrelo region. After the war, she had not visited her native region. This summer, she managed to travel to Abkhazia for the first time. Bela initially visited her burnt and ruined house and then stayed with her relatives in the neighboring village.
2010-12-10Plots Are Being Deprived in Tusheti
2010-12-09Koba Burkiashvili: “Ministry of Economic Development Seized Property from the Citizen of Ireland”
2010-12-09Human Rights Week in Progress
Protesters condemned violence against women 15 applicants applied to the appeal commission in Kutaisi Number of Employees Selected Through Competition Is Reducing Human Rights Center Finalized Several Cases at the European Court of Human Rights Parliament Confirms Two Supreme Court Judge Candidates Archive
After a long and complicated preparation period, on July 30, we landed in Sarajevo. Despite scary landing caused by bad weather conditions, IArchive
“Miscarriages of justice“– we use this term to characterize the problems existing in the system of Georgian judiciary during ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili’s governance.Archive