2014-11-24Address to the President of Georgia and Pardon Commission about the Case of Convict Teimuraz Sharashenidze
Non-governmental organizations Human Rights Center and Former Prisoners for Human Rights welcome the initiative of the President of Georgia to start participatory discussion about the cases of the life-sentenced convicts.
2014-11-24This Affects You Too Campaign responds to the Prime Minister
Non-governmental organizations participating in the This Affects You Too–They Are Still Listening Campaign would like to respond to the allegations voiced by the Prime Minister on the 20th of November.
2014-11-20Azerbaijan must stop its suppression of civil society
Mr Ilham Aliyev
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Mr President, As the Chairmanship of the Council of Europe by the Republic of Azerbaijan takes an end, we, the undersigned members and partners of the Human Rights House Network (HRHN) and the South Caucasus Network of Human Rights Defenders, call upon the Azerbaijani authorities, through you, Mr President, to put an end to the unprecedented repression against civil society.
Civil society organizations involved in the "This Affects You Too: They Are Still Listening" campaign are alarmed by the attitude that Georgian Parliament has taken towards addressing the issue of direct access to secret wiretapping.
2014-11-18Human Rights Center Addresses to Kakheti Regional Department of MIA
Human Rights Center addresses to the Kakheti regional department of MIA to take effective measures with regard to the fact of thievery and damage of personal items of Elza Shekriladze in Gurjaani district. Human Rights Center is concerned about indifferent and negligent approach of the Gurjaani district department of MIA to the aforementioned facts.
2014-11-13CSOs: The latest developments bring up many questions that need to be answered
We are closely following the latest political developments in our country.
2014-11-12Statement of the Public Defender of Georgia Regarding Dismissal of Municipal Public Workers
The Public Defender of Georgia is examining the issue of legitimacy of mass dismissal of employees of local authority bodies, reorganization that had been carried out in self-governing entities and conduction of tests for employees.
2014-11-12It Affects You Too Campaign: the issue of direct access to networks of mobile service providers should be resolved without postponement
Non-governmental organizations participating in the campaign It Affects You Too deem the initiative of the legal affairs committee of the parliament to extend the work of the parliamentary task force for elaboration of legal amendments on secret phone surveillance to April 2015 completely unacceptable.
2014-11-05NGOs Respond to the Detention of the Defense Ministry Employees
On October 28, the Chief Prosecution of Georgia has detained the high-level officials of the Ministry of Defense on the charges relating to the embezzlement of the 4’102’872 GEL from the state budget during the state procurements
2014-11-03Non-governmental organizations about scheduled test-exams in the executive bodies of Tbilisi City Hall
Regretfully before the launch of test-exams, public servants were sacked from local self-governmental bodies in the capital city and in the regions. Civil society detects some threats in the ongoing developments, for example differentiation of employees/applicants based on political affiliations during test-exams. In this regard, public has questions about ongoing exams who do not trust impartiality of process.
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