LGBT in Caucasus
Pro-Russian movement in Georgia: what is the Alt-Info media group and the Conservative Movement? Who is behind them and to what extent are they connected with the authorities?
According the new polls conducted by the Office of the Council of Europe, tolerance towards LGBT community has increased in Georgia, as 47% were in favor of the protection of LGBT rights in Georgia
"I want every individual in our country to be valued" - social activist from Zugdidi, Western Georgia. Video
Tsabunia Vartagava is an LGBT rights activist from Georgia. She protects the rights of LGBT people and female victims of violence. Because of this, Tsabunia herself often becomes the target of attacks
Political crisis and pro-Russian sentiments - Ukrainian journalists assess Georgia's political realities
Political crisis in Georgia: journalists of the Ukrainian edition of Zaborona visited Georgia at the height of the political crisis, and examined the factors that led up to it
Strasbourg court ordered Georgia to pay 193,500 euros for failing to ensure safety of LGBTQ+ activists on May 17
The European Court of Human Rights ordered Georgia to pay compensation to the victims of the violent homophobic mobs' attacks of May 17, 2013
The history of LGBT+ community in Georgia and its struggle for equal rights and non-discrimination - both on the streets and in the workplace
What are the implications of violence and chaos at far-right rally in Tbilisi that replaced Pride's March of Dignity?
Journalists were attacked at the anti-Tbilisi Pride rally organized by several far-right groups today. Many sustained serious injuries and had to be hospitalized
Protesters against Tbilisi Pride attack journalists and opposition amid the upcoming March of Dignity - the final event of Pride week in Georgia's capital
Tbilisi Pride kicks off amid far-right rallies and arrests. On July 1 Tbilisi Pride week was launched with a premiere of the March of Dignity documentary about Georgia's LGBT+ community
President of Georgia backs the rights of Tbilisi Pride participants, stating that "everyone has the right to freedom of expression" under the Constitution of Georgia and within the Georgian law
The Georgian Patriarchate protests against Tbilisi Pride, calls on diplomatic corps and MEPs not to support or encourage it
May 17 - World Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia
Tbilisi Pride protests against a court ruling that released on bail a man accused of assaulting a lesbian couple. The attacker and the victims are neighbors
An anonymous survey on violence against the LGBTQ population was conducted by the gay.az website
Tbilisi Pride protests against the action of radicals: they recorded and distributed a video in which they burn a poster in memory of the transgender people killed in Georgia
"People in Armenia are sitting in the trenches of their own way of thinking, shooting at each other from different angles. Things can’t be changed this way"
Man arrested for committing violence against transgender women in Tbilisi