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On November 28, as part of the 16-day campaign against gender-based violence, a session was conducted in ABL village, Perevi situated in Sachkhere municipality.

They discussed previously collected, verified, and documented data reflecting the urgent needs of residents in the villages of Idliani and Chuberi

Women's Information Center, along with our colleagues and friends, responds to the incident that occurred in the Parliament of Georgia on October 31, when members of the parliamentary majority verbally insulted female deputies

In Kharagauli Municipality, representatives of the Women's Information Center held a meeting with female politicians, members of the Gender Equality Council

On September 20, a working meeting organized by the Women's Information Center was held in Sachkhere municipality to advocate the urgent needs of women and young people affected by the conflict

In the municipality of Tsalenjikha, in the settlement of Zghvaia - formerly a settlement of tea factory workers during the Soviet period - today, internally displaced persons face several social and infrastructural challenges.

Peace-building women collaborated with community leaders to understand the problems and challenges faced by the local residents. In the future, we plan to discuss these issues using the one-window principle methodology 

The WIC, together with Israeli ambassador Hadas Meitzad, visited the village of Chorchana in Khashuri municipality

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On July 26, 2019, representatives of the Women's Information Center organized a focus group in Kobuleti Municipality that included local leaders and women entrepreneurs who use / do not use the Women's Room Service.The purpose of the focus group was to evaluate the use of women's room services in the municipality for effective planning of further work.

On May 29th, Embassy of Georgia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, held the Independence Day Reception and the exhibition on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of Georgian Parliamentarism. Along with other exhibits, the documentation and photo materials depicting the life and work of women members of Georgia’s first independent Constituent Assembly of 1919-1921 were exhibited. 

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