Training course for the journalists finished on 24th of December

Intensive training course for the journalists on the EU finished. Course covered topics such as: The EU market and integration models; The European values; The EU institutions; The history of the EU; Myths about the EU; Foreign relations of the EU;Training course speakers were:Levan Makhashvili – The Ministry of Foreign AffairsIvane Chkhikvadze – Open Society... Read More

Discussion on Intelectual Property Rights

GRASS and Levan Mikeladze Foundation organized 3rd meeting regarding the DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas), on December 16th. Participants discussed issues related to Intelectual Property Rights. State institutions`and civil society representatives attended the meeting.

Integration Problems of Ethnic Minorities – Meeting at GRASS

On  8th of December, GRASS organized the meeting of regional minority CSO’s . Working group discussed the following issues: Inaccessibility to education in an state language, hate speech against the ethnic minorities, women participation in self-government process and etc.Representatives of Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia were also attended the working discussion. The Meeting was organized... Read More

Meeting in Geneva

GRASS team and ethnic minority’ representatives from the regions of Georgia attended the forum on ethnic minority issues, organized by UN in Geneva, Switzerland. GRASS made a report on ethnic minorities rights in Georgia. Participation was funded by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Georgia.

Statement of the Platform “No to Phobia” on the Issue of Appointing a Referendum on a Human Rights Issue

The signatory non-governmental organizations express a strong discontent with the request of appointing a referendum on a human rights issue provided by the Constitution of Georgia that has already been sent by the Central Elections Committee to the President of Georgia.The Constitution of Georgia (7th article), as a public agreement, sets a constitutional principle for... Read More