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Contribution to Elimination of Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence in Georgia 2
Contribution to Elimination of Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence in Georgia 2 6 July 2022 - 9 May 2023

Implementing organizations: The Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT), Women’s Initiative Supporting Group (WISG), Union Sapari, Women’s Fund in Georgia (WFG), Society of Democratic Women of Marneuli (SDWM)

Project objective: The overall objective is to contribute to the elimination of domestic violence and gender-based violence in Georgia. The action has three specific objectives: A. Improving regulatory framework and/or its enforcement at the regional/local level via close cooperation with local authorities, B. Contributing to prevention of domestic violence and gender-based violence via finding local solutions to the problem of gender-based violence and domestic violence C. Direct support to persons in vulnerable situation exposed to domestic violence and gender-based violence in relation to their basic needs, rights, and justice.

Project activities:

·    Strategic litigation on cases of domestic violence, sexual crimes, etc;

·    Working to integrate issues of LBT women and sex workers into gender-based violence and domestic violence-related national, regional, local policies;

·    Monitoring of implementation of state human rights action plan, lobbying at local levels to integrate issues of LBT women in planning and implementation of programming;

·    Support to the elaboration of the SOGIE chapter of the national human rights action plan;

·    Developing a framework for conducting a needs assessment on reproductive rights of trans workers;

·    Support to the development of National Clinical Practice Guidelines for trans-specific care and a state standard for clinical management outlining medical and ethical principles;

·    Increased awareness on gender-based and domestic violence, gender equality, reproductive health and women’s rights sexual rights, and early marriages;

·    Face-to-face service provision (legal, social, psychological, etc.) to women victims of GBV and domestic violence including LBT women, sex workers in the Imereti region, Tbilisi, and its surroundings.

Contribution to Elimination of Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence in Georgia
Contribution to Elimination of Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence in Georgia 2 May 2022 - 2 June 2024

Implementing organizations: The Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT), Women’s Initiative Supporting Group (WISG), Union Sapari, Women’s Fund in Georgia (WFG), Society of Democratic Women of Marneuli (SDWM)

Project objective: The overall objective is to contribute to the elimination of domestic violence and gender-based violence in Georgia. The action has three specific objectives: A. Improving regulatory framework and/or its enforcement at the regional/local level via close cooperation with local authorities, B. Contributing to prevention of domestic violence and gender-based violence via finding local solutions to the problem of gender-based violence and domestic violence C. Direct support to persons in vulnerable situation exposed to domestic violence and gender-based violence in relation to their basic needs, rights, and justice.

Project activities:

·    Strategic litigation on cases of domestic violence, sexual crimes, etc;

·    Working to integrate issues of LBT women and sex workers into gender-based violence and domestic violence-related national, regional, local policies;

·    Monitoring of implementation of state human rights action plan, lobbying at local levels to integrate issues of LBT women in planning and implementation of programming;

·    Support to the elaboration of the SOGIE chapter of the national human rights action plan;

·    Developing a framework for conducting a needs assessment on reproductive rights of trans workers;

·    Support to the development of National Clinical Practice Guidelines for trans-specific care and a state standard for clinical management outlining medical and ethical principles;

·    Increased awareness on gender-based and domestic violence, gender equality, reproductive health and women’s rights sexual rights, and early marriages;

·    Face-to-face service provision (legal, social, psychological, etc.) to women victims of GBV and domestic violence including LBT women, sex workers in the Imereti region, Tbilisi, and its surroundings.