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In 2019, to support efforts to help these communities deal with the persistent challenges, UN Women commissioned Caucasus Research Resource Centers Georgia (CRRC Georgia) to conduct a study on “The Needs Assessment of the Population Residing Along the Administrative Boundary Lines in Georgia” providing comprehensive data collected in 112 villages adjacent to the ABLs.
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The ISET Policy Institute (ISET-PI) - in collaboration with UN Women in the scope of the project “Women’s Economic Empowerment in the South Caucasus” (WEESC), funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) – has implemented a Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) to study the prospects and organize a policy dialogue towards the possible ratification of Convention No. 189.
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Assessment of COVID-19’s Impact on Women Employed as Domestic Workers in Georgia presents in-depth qualitative study findings on the impact of the pandemic on the lives of women domestic workers, highlights their challenges and needs and provides evidence-based recommendations to policymakers and practitioners.
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Assessment of COVID-19’s Impact on Women Employed in the Health-Care Sector in Georgia summarizes the findings of an in-depth qualitative study into the impact of the pandemic on the lives of women frontline healthcare workers, highlights the challenges they faced and provides an avenue for consideration of their needs in the COVID-19 response.
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This study explores women’s meaningful participation and contribution in peace process in Georgia. The study uses a unique methodology to analyse specific Georgian context vis-à-vis the seven key challenges identified by the UN Women global report “Women’s Meaningful Participation in Negotiating Peace and the Implementation of Peace Agreements” released in 2018.
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The aim of the final study has been to obtain and analyze information regarding the legal situation and social and economic needs of IDP and ethnic minority women, to compare it to the baseline study conducted in 2013 and thus document the process of change and provide clear evidence on the project’s contribution and impact to advancing access to justice of IDP and ethnic minority women.
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The analytical report intends to inform the ongoing partnership of the Government of Georgia and UN Women for the enhancement of gender equality and reduction of feminized poverty, with special focus on women representing internally displaced persons (IDPs), conflict-affected and ethnic minority groups.