Tbilisi Pride: Protect the rights of LGBT community and defenders in Georgia
Ensure the freedoms of assembly and expression of the LGBT community in Georgia and those defending their rights, urge 37 member and partner NGOs of Human Rights Houses in a letter to the Georgian government.
Two years on from alleged abduction, Afgan Mukhtarli investigation still not completed
Human Rights House Tbilisi, its member organisations, and a coalition of NGOs have issued a joint statement urging the Georgian authorities to take all necessary measures to effectively investigate Afgan Mukhtarli’s alleged abduction and hold any offenders accountable.
Second leadership academy for women defenders held in Tbilisi
Human Rights House Tbilisi (HRHT) hosted its National Leadership Academy for the second time in Tbilisi, Georgia, in March 2019. The academy aims to support young women human rights defenders to be more active and increase their participation in policy planning and public work.
HRC40: Joint NGO End of Session Statement
Some 10 human rights organisations, including Human Rights House Foundation, issued a joint statement on 22 March 2019, responding to the outcomes of the 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council.
Promoting Human Rights Defenders in Georgia
Promoting the importance of human rights defenders and their work in Georgia, Human Rights House Tbilisi (HRHT), on behalf of its member organisations, organised the first celebration of International Human Rights Defenders Day in Georgia.
Political leaders in Georgia must stop slandering civil society organisations
Some 49 member and partner NGOs of 13 Human Rights Houses issue a joint letter to political leaders in Georgia.
Strengthening Participation of Women Defenders in Politics and Society
Aiming to strengthen the participation of young women human rights defenders in politics and society, Human Rights House Tbilisi (HRHT) and France-based NGO IREX Europe organised the “National Leadership Academy” in Georgia for women human rights defenders.
HRHT Concern Letter Regarding the Illegal Restriction of the Freedom of Movement to the Azerbaijani Lawyer
Human Rights House Tbilisi and its member organizations sign the letter of concern on behalf of the imposed travel ban over the Azerbaijani human rights lawyer, Emin Aslan.