Launch cooperation project: Fight against discrimination, hate crime, and hate speech in Georgia – Pre 09 2018
How to combine legislative, capacity building and awareness raising actions to ensure appreciation of diversity, peace and prosperity in Georgia.
Hate Speech; digital citizenship; education; regulation; non-discrimination; Georgia
The project ‘Fight against discrimination, hate crime, and hate speech in Georgia’ builds on long standing cooperation between the Council of Europe, the Georgian Authorities, Judiciary, law enforcement agencies and Civil Society partners to strengthen Human Rights standards and ensure their enjoyment for everyone in Georgian society.
- Mr Cristian Urse, Head of the Council of Europe office in Georgia
- Mr Giorgi Gakharia, Minister of Internal Affairs (tbc)
- Ms Eka Beselia, Chairperson of the Legal Issues Committee, Parliament of Georgia
- Deputy Minister of Justice (tbc)
- Lasha Darsalia, First Deputy Minister of Reconciliation and Civic Equality
- Ms Nino Lomjaria, Public Defender of Georgia
- Prosecutor's office (tbc)
- Mr Tigran Karapetyan, Head of Eastern Partnership and Russian Federation Unit, Council of Europe
- Representative of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (tbc)
Presentation of the Project
- Mr Menno Ettema, Anti-Discrimination Department – No Hate Speech and Cooperation Unit, Council of Europe
Q&A Session and Press Moment
- General policy Recommendation No 15 on Combatting Hate Speech of European Committee against Racism and Intolerance of the Council of Europe.
- Country report on Georgia of the European Committee against Racism and Intolerance of the Council of Europe.
- Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals Programme of Council of Europe
- Council of Europe Office in Georgia
- Country report on Georgia, Framework Convention for Protection of National Minorities
Media coverage of the project launching