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Police in the Georgian capital Tbilisi failed to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) activists as thousands of people violently attacked ...
Police in the Georgian capital Tbilisi failed to protect LGBTI activists as thousands of people violently attacked a Pride event today in what Amnesty International ...
1. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL BRIEFING AI index: EUR 56/005/2012 1 October 2012. A lot to contest: Rights abuses in the run up to Georgia's. ...
Report EUR 56/005/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. MEDIA ADVISORY. AI index: EUR 56/006/2012. 1 October 2012. Pre-election harassment and intimidation in Georgia. ...
PressItem EUR 56/006/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 20 September 2012. AI Index: EUR 56/004/2012. Georgia: Authorities must fully investigate evidence of torture in ...
Public Statement EUR 56/004/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: EUR 56/003/2012. 20 July 2012. Georgia: Authorities must stop violence against opposition ahead of elections. ...
Public Statement EUR 56/003/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
A spate of attacks on LGBTI activists points to endemic discrimination that needs to be dealt with in South Caucasus countries.