The State of Human Rights in Georgia

The State of Human Rights in Georgia

by BK Agency

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Abstract

As a free and democratic country, Georgia recognizes and protects universally recognized human rights and fundamental freedoms. The report on the state of human rights covers the rule of law in Georgia, law enforcement practices and accountability, and recent breaches of the rule of law through unfair trials and prison torture. The overview of human rights in Georgia also includes the state of human rights in occupied territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, including torture, ill-treatment, and freedom of movement. The report also looks at the issues of freedom of expression of the LGBTQ+ community, mass surveillance, and attacks on independent media. 

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