Contribution of the Georgian Civil Society Organisations to EU-Georgia Human Rights Dialogue 2021

5 Jul, 2021
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Prepared with the initiative of the Open Society Georgia Foundation, this document brings together
assessments by leading civil society organizations on the key human rights challenges in Georgia in 2020.
There are nine sections: 1) Anti-Discrimination Legislation; 2) Human Rights Situation in the Occupied
Regions of Georgia; 3) Freedom of Religion or Belief in Georgia; 4) Violence against Women and Domestic Violence; 5) Women’s Empowerment; 6) Rights of the Child; 7) Labor Rights; 8) Torture and Ill-treatment and 9) The State Inspector’s Service.

We hope this independent assessment will further facilitate the EU-Georgia Human Rights Dialogue process and highlight the input and recommendations of civil society to ensure better protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms in Georgia.