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NEWS FEED, 2016
The Coalition for Equality responds to the brutal beating of a transgender woman
16 Oct 2016
According to media reports, on October 14th, a transgender woman was brutally beaten by two men in Ortachala. The victim suffered multiple injuries, including multiple stab wounds to her neck and broken facial bones. The Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that the case is under investigation in accordance with Article 108, attempted murder.
Statement of the Platform “No to Phobia” on the Issue of Appointing a Referendum on a Human Rights Issue
9 Aug 2016
The signatory non-governmental organizations express a strong discontent with the request of appointing a referendum on a human rights issue provided by the Constitution of Georgia that has already been sent by the Central Elections Committee to the President of Georgia.
From Prejudice To Equality: study of societal attitudes, knowledge and information regarding the LGBT community and their rights
3 Jun 2016
The study report - From Prejudice To Equality: Societal Attitudes, Knowledge and Information Regarding The LGBT Community and Their Rights - is prepared by Women's initiatives Supporting group (WISG). The report consists several sections and reflects the findings of a large-scale study of societal attitudes towards LGBTI persons in Georgia.
fiveFilms4freedom – love is a human right
17 Mar 2016
The festival runs 16th March – 27th March 2016. www.bfi.org.uk/Flare
The Constitutional Court of Georgia Published Tatishvili’s Same-Sex Marriage Bid
9 Feb 2016
The Constitutional Court of Georgia, published the full versions of the bids received between January 28 and February 8, including Giorgi Tatishvili’s lawsuit about same-sex marriage.
MIA of Georgia: transgender woman Bianka Shigurova was found dead on February 4
4 Feb 2016
Ministry of Interior of Georgia confirmed that Bianka Shigurova, open transgender woman that often appeared in Georgian media, was found dead in her apartment today – February 4.
Tbilisi Court of Appeals postponed 17May2013 case trial till February 23
26 Jan 2016
As another hearing was scheduled at 16:00 , the applicant's opening statement against Irakli Basilaia, Tital davrishiani, Beka Salukvadze and Giorgi Basishvili was heard only partially. The abovementioned citizens had been excused by Tbilisi City Court On October 23, 2013. Prosecution spoke about circumstances of the committed crime and accused the Clergy of violently obstructing the peaceful demonstration on the International day against Homophobia on May 17th 2013.
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