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June 20-21 Events – Legal Analysis
On October 29, Human Rights Center, in the conference hall of Human Rights House Tbilisi, presented the report “June 20-21 events – legal analysis.” The report chronologically reviews the developments before June 20, during the dispersal and afterwards.

Agenda of the occupants in Gugutiantkari
While the occupant forces were constructing the banners indicating at the so-called border in Gugutiantkari village, local Givi Razmadze was dismantling his own house because the representatives of the occupation regime told him his house was now in the occupied territory and he could no longer live there. The occupants gave three days to him to take the construction materials and other items from his estate. 
Warning action of the school students at the Tbilisi Sea: 'Nobody protects you here! Do not be next victim!'
On August 10, from 09:00 am to 11:00 am, the participants of the Summer Green Camp of the CENN held another action nearby the so-called waterfall at the Tbilisi Sea, where the River Aragvi joins the Tbilisi Water Reservoir. 
10 Years after the August War: Victims of the Situation in Georgia
On July 17, on the International Day of Justice, the five member organizations of the Georgian Coalition for the ICC (GCICC) presented the special report “Ten Years after the August War: Victims of the Situation in Georgia.” The following members of the GCICC worked on the report: Article 42 of the Constitution, Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association, Human Rights Center, Justice International and the Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT).
Campaign Swim Safe continues informative meetings with the school children
On June 28, the HRC executive director Aleko Tskitishvili and the coordinator of the environmental programs at the CENN Rezo Getiashvili met the school children participating in the summer camp at the Bulachauri Green Center and discussed the campaign Swim Safe with them. 
Campaign Swim Safe – action at the Alazani River, near Tsitelklde
On June 27, the Campaign Swim Safe participant organizations – Human Rights Center, CENN and Progress Center held next action in one of the most dangerous places on the Alazani River near Telavi – so-called Tsitelklde, where many people drowned in the past. 
Campaign Swim Safe – Protest Action in the Tbilisi Sea
Today, campaign Swim Safe participating organizations held protest demonstration in the territory of the Tbilisi reservoir, near the so-called waterfall, which is one of the most dangerous places in Georgia. Representatives of the Human Rights Center, Progress Center, Article 42 of the Constitution, Fond Crystal and civil activists participated in the action.

Silent demonstration in front of the Tbilisi City Court
On April 16, silent demonstration was organized in front of the Tbilisi City Court, where the court hearings commenced into the criminal case of the murdered human rights defender Vitali Safarov. 

Presentation of the Annual Human Rights Report
On January 31, Human Rights Center presented the annual report in the conference hall of Human Rights House Tbilisi. The report reviews the events which took place in Georgia in 2018 in the legal context, in the light of human rights, civic and political rights, equality and rule of law. The goal of the report is to assess the level of response of different state organs towards human rights violations, as well as the efficiency of the judiciary and the legal and systemic changes which should aim for the implementation of international human rights standards on the national level. Representatives of diplomatic corps accredited in.
Are there political prisoners in Georgia currently?
yes No I do not know


They wait for me in Abkhazia
Last time, I visited Abkhazia five years ago. Since then, not a day goes by without thinking about it, without missing the Abkhazian
Another proposal on agreement
Women – victims of violence


Forgotten by government veterans
Every year, fewer and fewer veterans of the World War II meet the Victory Day. The society receives information about them only on
Villages of the Hopeless
What happened to Dream of Justice Revival?


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