Publications

New publication

Georgian translation of Nancy Frasers last publication.

Public space is not gender neutral. This statement might sound provocative, but if we ask who we see most in the public space and whose interests and comfort it is tailored to, we will discover that the public space to this day remains the domain of young and healthy men of the right religious confession and sexual orientation. Women have fought and won the right to physically occupy the public space, but in the Georgian context this space is not gender sensitive or fitted to women's needs and safety concerns.

In this collection of articles various manifestations of gender discrimination on different levels and in different areas in Armenian society is presented.

As historically traditional societies, Georgia and Armenia have come a long way since the fall of the Soviet Union in terms of certain aspects of development. However, numerous challenges persist in the context of human rights, foretelling a long, arduous, obstacle-ridden road towards the achievement of equal rights for all groups.

As historically traditional societies, Georgia and Armenia have come a long way since the fall of the Soviet Union in terms of certain aspects of development. However, numerous challenges persist in the context of human rights, foretelling a long, arduous, obstacle-ridden road towards the achievement of equal rights for all groups. 

As historically traditional societies, Georgia and Armenia have come a long way since the fall of the Soviet Union in terms of certain aspects of development. However, numerous challenges persist in the context of human rights, foretelling a long, arduous, obstacle-ridden road towards the achievement of equal rights for all groups. 

As historically traditional societies, Georgia and Armenia have come a long way since the fall of the Soviet Union in terms of certain aspects of development. However, numerous challenges persist in the context of human rights, foretelling a long, arduous, obstacle-ridden road towards the achievement of equal rights for all groups. 

Collection of oral historis about gender based violance in Guria region, Georgia.

at the end of 20th Beginning of 21st Century.

The contributors to this publication express concern about the current situation of gender equality and LGBTI rights in Central and Eastern Europe but give reason for hope too.

This is a collection of articles prepared on the basis of lecture series "Who is afraid of feminism in Georgia?" by HBF South Caucasus Regional Office.

South Caucasus Regional Office published a book "Kato Mikeladze: Unknown Stories of Georgian Feminism" to introduce Kato Mikeladze, a feminist activist of the early 20th century to a wider public and spread the word about the heritage she contributed to the local feminist thought.

This is a publication of materials, a small selection of the papers presented by researchers and activists at the International Conference – Manifold Angles of Gender: Looking through a Magnifying Glass, organized and hosted by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.

Collection of post cards, which present biographies of 50 women, who have created new things,made discoveries, brought about change and weren't afraid of alterations.

This publication is a product of “Addressing Hate Speech in Georgia: A Litmus Test for Human Rights and Social Tolerance” project implemented by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation. This publication has been produced with the assistance of the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia.