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High Council of Justice of Georgia

High Council of Justice of Georgia

High School of Justice of Georgia

High School of Justice of Georgia

Disciplinary Committee of Judges of Common Courts of Georgia

Disciplinary Committee of Judges of Common Courts of Georgia

Georgian Bar Association

Georgian Bar Association

Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary

Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary

National Center for Commercial Law

National Center for Commercial Law

National Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution

National Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution

Arbitration Initiative Georgia

Arbitration Initiative Georgia

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  • 2019
    27
    Dec

    Participants of the USAID/PROLoG Study Tour to Boston Share Their Experience with Colleagues at the Tbilisi City Court

    On December 19, 2019 the Director of the High School of Justice of Georgia and four Georgian mentor judges, participants of the USAID/PROLoG study tour to Boston, Massachusetts, shared their experience with colleague mentor judges at the Tbilisi City Court. The Court hosts the internship component of the Initial Training of Judicial Candidates by the High School of Justice of Georgia and many judges of the court serve as mentors for listeners of the program. The newly appointed Court Chair, Mr. Nikoloz Marsagishvili, USAID/PROLoG Deputy Chief of Party, Brian LeDuc and Judicial Education and Exchange Specialist, Bakar Jikia, also attended the presentation.

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  • 2019
    19
    Dec

    USAID/PROLoG Organizes Training on Effective Communication with General Public

    On December 18-19, USAID/PROLoG organized a two-day training for the representatives of partner NGOs by expert Vladimer Mkervalishvili on effective communication with the general public. The training was designed to share effective outreach mechanisms and improve public communication skills.

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  • 2019
    17
    Dec

    USAID/PROLoG Supports the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence

    USAID/PROLoG, together with its partners and legal aid grantees, launched “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence” to raise awareness on gender-based violence and women’s rights in Georgia. The campaign runs every year from November 25, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to December 10, Human Rights Day. A series of relevant events were organized, including:

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  • 2019
    13
    Dec

    2019 University Human Rights Week Successfully Completed

    From December 2-10, with the support of USAID/PROLoG, Free University Tbilisi and fourteen other Georgian law schools, including two regional universities, organized the annual University Human Rights Week.  Human Rights Week is an annual event that celebrates December 10 as Human Right Day and aims to disseminate knowledge among students and the younger generation.

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  • 2019
    10
    Dec

    Public Discussion on Women in the Military

    On December 9 the USAID/PROLoG-supported Human Rights Chair at ILIA State University Law School organized a public discussion on Women in the Military Field. Speakers included US military attaché in Georgia, Colonel Stephanie Bagley and Tamar Karosanidze, Chief of Party for the USAID-funded program Advancing CSO Capacities and Engaging Society in Sustainability (ACESS), and a former Deputy Defense Minister of Georgia. A public discussion was moderated by ILIA State University Rector, Giga Zedania.

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  • 2019
    05
    Dec

    Judicial Exchange (JudEx) Alumni Judge Shorena Tsikaridze met Students from Civics Clubs

    On November 27th, Tbilisi City Court Judge Shorena Tsikaridze met around fifty students from Civics Clubs at Public School No.177.

    The meeting was organized by USAID/PROLoG in cooperation with USAID funded Momavlis Taoba Project, implemented by PH International. 

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  • 2019
    05
    Dec

    GYLA presents findings of the report on June 20-21 events

    On November 27, the Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA) presented a legal assessment of the June 20-21 events. The report, developed with the support from USAID/PROLoG, looks into human rights violations during and after the dispersal of the rally. Based on a comprehensive analysis GYLA found that the application of force against participants was unlawful and disproportionate to the threats posed. Numerous cases of physical and verbal abuse by law enforcement officers were reported, including inhuman treatment of arrested individuals. The rights of media professionals were also violated. The Ministry of Internal Affairs massively and indiscriminately arrested protesters, and, as a result, 121 individuals were subjected to detention, the strictest administrative sanction. 

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  • 2019
    03
    Dec

    USAID/PROLoG Supports National Moot Court Competition on Legal Ethics

    From November 22-24, the USAID/PROLoG-funded Legal Ethics Chair at New Vision University organized the second National Moot Court Competition on Legal Ethics. Twenty-seven students from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, University of Georgia, New Vision and Sulkhan Saba University took part.

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  • 2019
    26
    Nov

    USAID/PROLoG Expert Judge Conducts Shadowing of Georgian Judges in Batumi

    On November 9-18, USAID/PROLoG brought a former U.S. judge, Jesse Goode, from Washington DC to Georgia for a fourth shadowing visit. USAID/PROLoG has organized similar visits to Tbilisi, Rustavi and Kutaisi in the past year.

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  • 2019
    12
    Nov

    USAID/PROLoG supports conference on freedom of expression and hate speech, organized by Transparency International Georgia

    On November 1, Transparency International Georgia held a conference, “Hate Speech – Challenges and International Experience,” supported by USAID/PROLoG and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Elizabeth Rood, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. of the US Embassy and Nino Goguadze, First Deputy Chairperson of the Parliament Foreign Relations Committee, opened the conference, which was dedicated to the problem of hate speech and risks associated with its regulation by the state. USAID/PROLoG brought Jason C. DeSanto, Senior Lecturer from Northwestern University, to talk about the US standards for the protection of freedom of expression and contemporary challenges caused by hate speech, fake news, and defamation of public officials. 

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