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Sexual Violence in Georgia

In Georgia, the definition of rape in the Criminal Code still falls short of international human rights and criminal law standards and important protections to assure survivors are able to obtain justice and adequate support services are still lacking. This ...

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Improving Access to Justice in Georgia

Although laws on women’s rights and violence against women in Georgia have improved in the past few years, and a lot of work is yet to be done to ensure justice for sexual violence, put in place gender-sensitive criminal procedures and support measures, and ...

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Baia – Georgia

Equality Now has the privilege to partner with women’s rights activists from around the world. We’re sharing their unique perspectives and challenges advocating for change in their communities. We spoke to, Baia Pataria from Union Sapari in ...

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