2014-01-30Statement of Human Rights Center on the Video-Footage about so called Mukhrovani Mutiny
Human Rights Center releases statement about the video-footage spread in social networks, where former Minister of Interior Vano Merabishvili requests senior military officers to bring “two corpses” and promises high bonuses in exchange.
2014-01-28A critical voice about elections imprisoned in Azerbaijan
The Human Rights House Network is calling upon the CoE parliamentary assembly to join our call to release Anar Mammadli immediately and unconditionally. Anar Mammadli, Chairman of the Azerbaijani Election Monitoring and Democracy Studies Centre (EMDS) documented electoral irregularities during the presidential elections of October 9, 2013 in Azerbaijan.
2014-01-27Statment of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Georgian National Platform on the Latest Developments in Ukraine
The civil society of Georgia is deeply concerned about the tragic events going on in Ukraine. We express our sincere condolences over those killed during the latest events.
2014-01-21The Joint Statement of Non Governmental Organizations
The undersigned organizations express concern over the inadequate response of the Georgian authorities to Ivane Merabishvili’s allegations made on December 16, 2013 NGOs have demanded number of times from the authorities to launch an investigation on the submitted information.
2014-01-15Human Rights Center Requests Investigation into Physical Abuse and Inhuman Treatment of Prisoner
Human Rights Center addresses to the Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia and Chief Prosecutor’s Office to adequately respond and timely investigate the fact of physical assault and inhuman treatment of the convict in Prison # 17.
2014-01-14GYLA’s Statement in Response to Patriarch’s Christmas Epistle and Violence against Peaceful Protesters
On December 9, 2014, Tbilisi City Court found four individuals guilty of crime envisaged by Article 166 of the Code of Administrative Offences of Georgia (petty hooliganism) for the involvement in the incindent outside the Patriarchy. On January 8 participants of peaceful demonstration outside the Patriarchy protesting against opinions voiced in the Christmas epistle were subjected by counter-demonstrators to physical and verbal abuse, seizing and destroying their posters, curtailing realization of their Constitutional rights and liberties.
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