Where we work

Gender Pay Gap in Georgia

Initiative: Union Sapari
Place: Tbilisi
Period: 2018-2019
Union Sapari has long been dedicated to questions about the position of women in Georgian society, gender-based discrimination, and domestic and economic violence against women.

Support of women in Samegrelo

Initiative: Merkuri Association
Place: Zugdidi, Samegrelo region
Period: 2018-2019
For several years, the Zugdidi Merkuri Association has been addressing the issue of domestic violence against women and women’s rights in general.
In this campaign, the association aims to introduce a systemic solution of assistance to victims of domestic violence in the Zugdidi district.

The solution to our problems is in our hands

Initiative: Hangi Association
Place: Zugdidi
Period: 2018-2019
Hangi Association has long been focusing on the issues of people living with disabilities.
As part of its current campaign, the Association wants the funding of projects aimed at increasing the accessibility of the Zugdidi district to be more systematic so the overall conditions for the life of people with disabilities improve.

Early Marriages

Initiative Group: „The Youth for Social Rights“
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
Year: 2016-2017
Similar to the campaign of Gal/i organization, it also focuses on the topic of early marriages, this time in selected regions of Georgia (Samtskhe-Javakheti, Imereti, Kakheti and Tbilisi).

Transparency for More Opportunities

Organization: Association Merkuri
Location: Zugdidi, Georgia
Year: 2016-2017
This is a campaign for improved access of vulnerable groups of citizens to information concerning social security services and their benefits.

Transparent Blinds

Organization: Open Borders
Location: Akhalkalaki, Georgia
Year: 2016-2017
The organization Open Borders leads a campaign for more transparent local government in the town of Akhalkalaki in South Georgia.

Javakheti News, JNEWS.GE

Organization: Open Borders
Location: Akhalkalaki, Georgia
Years: 2014-2015
Independent female journalists from a remote Javakheti region work toward developing the local internet medium that shall surpass communication barriers between the region inhabited by Armenian minority and the rest of Georgia. (…)