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Georgia To Host Freestyle Ski And Snowboard World Championships in 2023

Georgia’s alpine resorts of Bakuriani and Gudauri will host the 2023 Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships. This decision was made at the International Ski Federation’s (FIS) Congress in Greece. Georgia’s aspirations about hosting the 2023 Championships was conveyed to FIS President Gian-Franco Kasper by Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili …

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Consumer Choice Center: It’s time to Defund the World Health Organization

The Consumer Choice Center announces a new campaign focussing on transparency and efficient use of public funds in global public health: “The World Health Organization (WHO) needs to focus on its core priority, responding to international health crises. Western democracies are the main funders of the WHO. Taxpayers in countries like the …

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Textiles from Georgia Receive EU Prize For Cultural Heritage

Textile Georgia

The EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards has recently announced the winners of its annual prize, one of which is Georgia for its unique textile culture. Every year, individuals from 39 countries submit applications for the Awards. This year Georgia presented a project of Art Palace of Georgia …

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Lineup of Black Sea Arena for Following Months

Check in Georgia will present different season sponsored by ”Bank of Georgia”. The concert season will be opened by legendary Ennio Morricone and closed by Georgian musical “Ckhikvta Kortsili”. Look through following lineup: May 19 – Ennio Morricone; June 30, July 1 – Elton John; July 7 – Vakhtang and …

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Advancing Gender Equality in Local Self-Governance

National and local authorities in Georgia join hands to discuss how to advance gender equality in local self-governments in line with the 2016 amendments to the Gender Equality Law. The first national conference on 15 May 2018 brought together representatives of the Georgian Government and Parliament, as well as mayors …

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Three Days of Protest For our Freedom: IN PICTURES

Thousands of people gathered in front of the Georgian parliament building in Tbilisi on May 12 to protest an overnight antidrug raid by police on two popular nightclubs in the capital. The raids drew criticism for what some called an excessive use of police force against clubgoers. Gakharia met with …

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Not My Choice Campaign Against Children Exploitation in the Streets

Today, as Georgia moves forward on its path to joining the European community and continues striving towards progress, an equal start for all children and the creation of a fair and tolerant society become incremental issues for development. Unfortunately, for nearly 2,000 children in Georgia, the day does not begin …

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