Human Rights House Tbilisi
Human Rights House Tbilisi was established in Georgia in 2010. Today the House unites five organisations under its roof.
Human Rights House Tbilisi is a membership-based organisation that unites five civil society organisations working in the field of human rights. The member organisations have developed a joint strategy focusing on protecting and strengthening human rights defenders and human rights organisations, and raising awareness on human rights issues.
In a first for Georgia, the House organised a celebration on International Human Rights Defenders Day, promoting the role of defenders in society. The House and IREX Europe also organised the “National Leadership Academy” and held training for defenders and lawyers, as part of an ongoing long-term project.
The House held the first human rights fair in Tbilisi in June. International and local NGOs, as well as diplomatic corps, joined, ensuring the fair was a platform to exchange information and arrange future cooperation.
Recognising Georgia as the first shelter country for many defenders at risk fleeing from neighbouring countries, the House has developed a new strategy for 2019-2023 aiming to extend its protection programme.
+995 32 2 38 20 18
11a Akaki Gakhokidze
0160 Tbilisi, Georgia
Article 42 of the Constitution is human rights NGO established in 1997. Organisation’s primary aim is to provide free legal consultations and legal aid to different vulnerable groups, including prisoners, women, IDPs, conflict-affected population, victims of discrimination, etc. One of the organisation’s directions is strategic litigation on the national and international level, before the Constitutional Court of Georgia and International Mechanisms of HR protection. Article 42 of the Constitution is a member of the National Coalition for the ICC and represents interests of hundreds of victims of 2008 Russian-Georgian war. Organisation also works on human rights education and awareness-raising with different target groups.
(+995) 032 299 88 56
The Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) was established in 2000.
GCRT’s primary aim is to provide qualified, multidisciplinary services to torture survivors and their family members, to raise public awareness about the issues of torture, to contribute to the prevention of torture, (monitoring human rights violations in prisons) to conduct educational activities concerning torture and inhuman treatment, raise competence of service personnel on how to provide assistance to victims of torture. Also to train law enforcement personnel dealing with prisoners as well as probation officers.
+995 32 222 06 89
The Human Rights Centre, formerly the Human Rights Information and Documentation Centre (HRIDC) is a Georgia-based NGO dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights. The organisation was founded on December 10th 1996. Purpose of the HRIDC is to protect and promote human rights and basic freedoms in Georgia.
+995 32 237 69 50 / + 995 32 238 46 48
Media Institute was established in 2011. The goals of the organisation are: to protect and promote universally guaranteed freedom of speech and free expression, to promote development of independent and impartial media and media capacity building in Georgia.
+995 790 200 001
Union Sapari – Family without Violence was established in 2000 by the group of Georgian women who were determined to fight against discrimination based on gender and to promote equal treatment of women in all aspects of societal life. The organisation is implementing projects related to the empowerment of women through capacity building of women organisations.
In addition, it is actively advocating for the eradication of the domestic violence and provides various kinds of assistance to the victims. Many of the projects are implemented together with other members of the core group. It is sharing the office with the GCRT for several years and two organisations are successfully unifying their resources for the achievement of the common goals.
(+995) 0322 30 76 03