განაცხადების კონკურსი: სამოქალაქო საზოგადოების განვითარების საგრანტო პროგრამა
სამოქალაქო საზოგადოების საგრანტო პროგრამის მიზანია, მხარი დაუჭიროს სამოქალაქო საზოგადოების მიერ მართულ ისეთ პროექტებს, რომლებიც მიზნად ისახავენ მოქალაქეებისა და თემების ჩართულობისა და მათ შორის იდეების გავრცელების გაძლიერებას, ასევე, სამოქალაქო საზოგადოებასა და შესაბამის ეროვნულ თუ საერთაშორისო დაინტერესებულ მხარეებს შორის დიალოგის დამყარებასა და გაუმჯობესებას.
Georgian authorities must protect and promote the Freedoms of Expression and Assembly
Human Rights House Foundation (HRHF) and Human Rights House Tbilisi (HRHT) call on the Georgian authorities to act to protect and promote the Freedoms of Expression and Assembly in Georgia and engage substantively with human rights defenders, including Elene Khoshtaria, exercising these rights.
House-to-House 2021: Call for applications
Human Rights House Foundation announces a call for applications to House-to-House Project Fund 2021. HRHF welcomes all Human Rights Houses, their member organisations as well as organisations and actors from outside of the network to apply for funding.
HRC47: Statement on human rights in Georgia and violence against Tbilisi Pride
On 8 July 2021, Human Rights House Foundation delivered a statement to the UN Human Rights Council on on human rights in Georgia and violence against Tbilisi Pride.
Georgia must guarantee free expression & assembly of Tbilisi pride activists and supporters
Human Rights House Foundation and several Human Rights Houses call on the Georgian authorities to guarantee the human rights of Tbilisi pride activists and supporters amidst alarming threats from far-right nationalist groups against the LGBT+ community.
International Human Rights School for Young Activists
150+ young activists from across Eastern Europe and the Caucasus participated in over 100 hours of online training in a new school for young human rights defenders launched by six Human Rights Houses in 2020.
HRHF Annual Report 2020
2020 was a year of unprecedented challenges in the wake of COVID-19. In our annual report, discover how Human Rights House Foundation and the network of Human Rights Houses adapted to meet these new challenges and continue our work together to advance human rights at home and abroad.
Georgian authorities must reverse recent actions curtailing free assembly and expression
Human Rights House Foundation and Human Rights House Tbilisi condemn recent actions by the Georgian authorities to limit freedoms of expression and assembly, linked with the political crisis which has engulfed the country during past months. We call on the Georgian authorities to reverse these recent actions and take immediate steps to protect human rights in line with Georgia’s international obligations.
Network of Human Rights Houses calls on Georgian authorities to address the increasingly hostile environment for human rights defenders in Georgia
We, the undersigned members of the network of Human Rights Houses, are alarmed at the increasingly hostile environment for human rights defenders in Georgia and call on the Georgian authorities to take immediate actions to stem this dangerous tide.