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Tea Jaliashvili

Tea joined Women’s Information Center in April, 2018 as the Deputy Director. She has an extensive professional experience counting more than 15 years in developing, managing and administering programmes in the fields of Human Rights, Rule of law and Democracy at both International and National Governmental and Non-Governmental organizations (UN, CoE, EU, etc).


Tea, during the last 15 years, at both national and international levels, in Western Balkan and South Caucasus countries, participated in and contributed to legislative changes, policy and institutional developments under rule of law, human rights and democracy pillars, inter alia, strengthening and harmonising the work of  National Human Rights Institutions in line with European standards; 


In addition, to her proven strategic management and logical reasoning skills, she brings to the table vast research, monitoring and evaluation experience in a variety of contexts. Tea is fluent in English and Russian languages along with basic knowledge of French.


Tea graduated Tbilisi State Medical University in 2000. In addition, She holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs; PhD degree in Medicine and Diploma on International Human Right law from the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Currently she pursuing her studies in Law at the University of London.


Her formal education is complemented by a variety of trainings related to human rights, rule of law, democracy and strategic management. 



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