Publication "Fight for the Public Space: When Private is Political" presents a collection of articles prepared in the frameworks of the International Gender Workshop, organized in March 2016 in Tbilisi.
This study report "From Prejudice To Equality: Study of societal attitudes towards LGBTI people in Armenia" was prepared by NGO PINK Armenia within the frames of the EU-funded project “Solidarity Network for LGBTI in Armenia and Georgia” implemented by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
The study “From Prejudice To Equality: Attitudes, Knowledge and Information Regarding the LGBT Community and Their Rights” is a study report prepared by WISG in the frames of the EU-funded project “ Solidarity Network for LGBTI in Armenia and Georgia ”.
The present report aims at the comprehensive description and documentation of the human rights situation of LGBTI persons and state policies in Georgia. The report reviews the situation for LGBTI persons in relation to each right, identifies systemic problems on legislative, institutional, and human rights levels, and proposes specific recommendations for relevant state agencies.
This study report "The Human Rights Situation of LGBTI Individuals in Armenia. A Practical Assessment" was prepared by Society Without Violence NGO within the frames of the EU-funded project “Solidarity Network for LGBTI in Armenia and Georgia” implemented by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
The concept of "gender backlash" encompasses too activities pursued by a multitude of different local initiatives all over Central and Eastern Europe, which strongly promote tradition over equality. In many cases these groups appear to be backed and inspired both by influential US-American “pro life” organisations as well as the Kremlin’s "Gay-rope" propaganda, which aims to discredit the European Union as a place of moral decline.
In 2013 HBF South Caucasus Regional Office published a book "Kato Mikeladze: Unknown Stories of Georgian Feminism" to introduce Kato Mikeladze, a feminist activist of the early 20th century to a wider public and spread the word about the heritage she contributed to the local feminist thought.
This publication is a product of “Addressing Hate Speech in Georgia: A Litmus Test for Human Rights and Social Tolerance” project implemented by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation. This publication has been produced with the assistance of the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia.
This is a publication of materials, a small selection of the papers presented by researchers and activists at the International Conference – Manifold Angles of Gender: Looking through a Magnifying Glass, organized and hosted by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
The present publication is a collection of articles preapred for the conference "Addressing hte Needs of Greater Gender Equality in Georgia" held in the frameworks of the EU funded project "Civil Initiative for Equal Participation".
This publication presents a final product of "Building public confidence and maximizing participation of disadvantage groups in democratic processes through transparent elections in Georgia" project funded by Delegation of European Union to Georgia.
What role have women played in Georgia’s transition to democracy? What is the formal and legal framework for gender equality in Georgia; how and by whom has it been put into practice? What role does civil society play in democracy building and the advancement of gender democracy?
Действительно ли так ясно и неопровержимо определяются отличия между мужчиной и женщиной, как это кажется на первый взгляд? Как формируются гендерные порядки и от чего они зависят? Насколько существенны общие представления о "женственности" и "мужественности"? Полезны ли они или мешают в личной жизни и работе?..