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Gender Week 2008

05.03.2008
TBILISI. 5 March 2008 – Gender Week 2008 kicks off in Georgia on Friday, 7 March. This is the third annual Gender Week aiming to raise public awareness on gender-related issues.

From 7 to 14 March, Tbilisi will host a series of the Gender Week events:

• Photo exhibition Gender and Harmony – 3:00 pm, 7 March, Amirani cinema.
• Film show – Bruno Nuytten’s Camille Claudel. Georgian film-maker Nana Janelidze will take part in the follow-up discussion. 4:00 pm, 7 March, Amirani cinema.
• Round table discussion Gender aspects of the state policy – 4:00 pm, 10 March, Courtyard Marriott Hotel.
• Art exhibition Gender in the Georgian visual culture before and after the Sovietization – the exhibition will be officially opened by the Parliament Chairperson Nino Burjanadze on 14 March, 3:00 pm, Amiranashvili Art Museum.
The Gender Week is organized by the project Gender and Politics in the South Caucasus jointly implemented by the UN Development Programme and the Parliament of Georgia with financial support from the Swedish Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).  The project encourages the South Caucasus regional co-operation, information sharing and strategy development on gender-related issues. It also supports women in the region in their efforts to take decision-making positions and actively engage in political activities.
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For press queries, please contact:
Berdia Natsvlishvili, Public Relations Expert of the Gender & Politics project, at 995 32 923662 (office), 995 93 333282 (mobile) or
berdia.natsvlishvili@undp.org.ge

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