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Human Rights Center presented the annual report – 'State of Human Rights in Georgia, 2018'


On January 31, Human Rights Center presented the annual report in the conference hall of Human Rights House Tbilisi. 

The report reviews the events which took place in Georgia in 2018 in the legal context, in the light of human rights, civic and political rights, equality and rule of law. The goal of the report is to assess the level of response of different state organs towards human rights violations, as well as the efficiency of the judiciary and the legal and systemic changes which should aim for the implementation of international human rights standards on the national level.

The report analyses the following tendencies: amendments and miscarriages in the legislation, the facts of human rights violations; problems in the judiciary, ineffective investigation into the crimes allegedly committed by law enforcement officers; high profile cases, disputes between the business companies and the state, hate motivated crimes, large-scaled police raids, restricted freedom to assembly and manifestation, restriction of the freedom of media, rights of LGBT community, rights of ethnic and religious minorities, women’s rights, rights of the convicts in the penitentiary establishments, labor rights and security, rights of foreigners, rights of internally displaced people, the cases of the August war in the European Court of Human Rights and the evaluations of the international organizations about the state of human rights in Georgia. 

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