Women's Movement Marched Against Foreign Influence Bill in Georgia

On March 7th, the Women's Movement led a march from Republic Square towards Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi, which was attended by members of non-governmental organizations and civilians.

Georgia's President Vows to Veto "Transparency of Foreign Influence" Law

Salome Zourabichvili, the President of Georgia, has promised to veto the controversial "Foreign Agents" bill, which has sparked protests across the country.

Kelly Degnan, the US Ambassador to Georgia, has called on the Parliament to Withdraw the bill on Foreign "Agents of Influence

Kelly Degnan, the US ambassador to Georgia, has called on the parliament to withdraw the bill on foreign "agents of influence," stating that Georgia does not need any version of it.

Shota Arveladze: The Law Should not have a Mechanism to Label Someone an Agent Simply Because of a Difference in Opinion or Activity

The law should not have a mechanism to label someone an agent simply because of a difference in opinion or activity

The Law Obstructs Georgia's Accession to the European Union, Democracy, Media Development, and the Civil Sector - Goga Chanadiri

Civil activist and photo artist Goga Chanadiri has published a statement on social media regarding the law of agents

Georgian Business Owners and Citizens Protest Russian Aggression Amid Ukraine invasion

It’s been already 15 days since Russian occupiers attacked Ukrainian cities. The bombings and artillery gunfires of the Russian army continue to destroy houses, schools, hospitals and people’s lives in Ukraine.

Archil Kaikatsishvili - Georgian Court Between Self-flow and Self-determination

The current political news have overshadowed the significance of the current events in the Georgian judicial system.

“Young Barristers” – Only Godoladze and North Korea Hide Seismic Data

The organization “Young Barristers” addresses Giga Zedania, Rector of Ilia State University, calling for decisive action on access to seismic information in Georgia

Young Lawyers: Only Tea Godoladze and North Korea Hide Seismic Indicators

Young Lawyers organization has applied to Ilia State University principal Giga Zedania and urged him to take efficient steps for making seismic data accessible in Georgia.