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Rugby player Gela Aprasidze in support of HeForShe

Monday, July 15, 2019

Famous rugby player Gela Aprasidze, not only is a young champion but also a role model who supports girls’ empowerment and equality in sports. Gela stands in support of HeForShe in the campaign carried out by UN Women Georgia, under the UN Joint Programme for Gender Equality, funded by the Government of Sweden.

Rugby player Nino in support of HeForSHe

Monday, July 15, 2019

Nino, a rugby player from Georgia, is our HeForShe role model who stands for gender equality in sports. This campaign was carried out by UN Women Georgia, under the UN Joint Programme for Gender Equality, funded by the Government of Sweden.

SHE will win - gender equality in sports

Monday, July 15, 2019

UN Women Georgia, within HeForShe campaign, showcased boys and girls in sports, in support of gender equality and girls’ empowerment in Georgia. The videos were produced in the frameworks of the UN Joint Programme for Gender Equality, funded by the Government of Sweden.

Women’s Empowerment Principles for creating an equal environment in the workplace

Monday, July 15, 2019

In the modern world, a significant part of the reputation of leading business companies is their support of women's empowerment and creation of an equal environment in the workplace. UN Women through its “A joint Action for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia” project, funded by Government of Norway, promotes Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) in the business sector of Georgia.

Women’s Empowerment Principles for a more equal workplace

Monday, July 15, 2019

In our days, leading business companies play a significant role in the support of women’s empowerment and promotion of equality in the working environment. As a matter of fact, companies supporting gender equality are more competitive in the market and earn the loyalty of the customers. UN Women through the project “A joint Action for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia”, funded by the Government of Norway, promotes Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) in the business sector in Georgia.

Women’s Empowerment Principles for advancing gender equality

Monday, July 15, 2019

Why is the implementation of Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) essential? Georgian business companies share their experience about WEPs. Promoting and implementing WEPs is one of UN Women’s most important mandate to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment through the project “A joint Action for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia”, funded by the Government of Norway.

Women’s Empowerment Principles for more empowered women

Monday, July 15, 2019

Take a look on how the implementation of Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) has changed lives of women in business companies in Georgia. Promoting and implementing WEPs is one of UN Women’s most important goals through the project “A joint Action for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia”, funded by the Government of Norway.

Fairy tale collection “Once There was a Girl” - A gift for children from UN Women 2

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Children begin adopting gender stereotypes at an early age and fairy tales – a child’s first introduction to the world – can help in raising children with the right value system including believing in gender equality. This video shows 2 Georgian writers who contributed to UN Women’s collection of fairy tales named “There once was a girl”, asking children questions related to the main themes of the fairy tales. The answers by the children show prevailing stereotypes, and in some cases, the...

Fairy tale collection “Once There was a Girl” - A gift for children from UN Women 1

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Children begin adopting gender stereotypes at an early age and fairy tales – a child’s first introduction to the world – can help in raising children with the right value system including believing in gender equality. This video shows 2 Georgian writers who contributed to UN Women’s collection of fairy tales named “There once was a girl”, asking children questions related to the main themes of the fairy tales. The answers by the children show prevailing stereotypes, and in some cases, the...

Make the First Step: PSA from Georgia I

Thursday, January 4, 2018

This PSA was produced as part of the UN Women project "SHiEld -- Enhancing Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence in Georgia (funded by Sida) to promote the newly established domestic violence hotline. The project's communication campaign is reaching out to young people and men and boys, who play an important role in preventing violence against women and girls. To that end, UN Women in Georgia has actively partnered with the Georgian Rugby Union and the Georgian rugby players to promote...

Make the First Step: PSA from Georgia II

Thursday, January 4, 2018

This PSA was produced as part of the UN Women project "SHiEld -- Enhancing Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence in Georgia (funded by Sida) to promote the newly established domestic violence hotline. The project's communication campaign is reaching out to young people and men and boys, who play an important role in preventing violence against women and girls. To that end, UN Women in Georgia has actively partnered with the Georgian Rugby Union and the Georgian rugby players to promote...

Make the First Step: PSA from Georgia III

Thursday, January 4, 2018

This PSA was produced as part of the UN Women project "SHiEld -- Enhancing Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence in Georgia (funded by Sida) to promote the newly established domestic violence hotline. The project's communication campaign is reaching out to young people and men and boys, who play an important role in preventing violence against women and girls. To that end, UN Women in Georgia has actively partnered with the Georgian Rugby Union and the Georgian rugby players to promote...

Music Video on Violence against Women by Salome Korkotashvili

Thursday, January 4, 2018

This music video was produced as part of the UN Women project "SHiEld -- Enhancing Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence in Georgia" (funded by Sida). The project is engaging young people in Georgia through sports, music, workshops and legal clinics. The music and lyrics for the video was composed by popular Georgian singer, Salome Korkotashvili. It is frequently aired on public broadcast channels to raise awareness about the issue and to promote the newly established domestic violence...

PSA: Georgian Rugby Players Say NO to Violence against Women

Thursday, January 4, 2018

This PSA was produced as part of the UN Women project "SHiEld -- Enhancing Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence in Georgia (funded by Sida). The project's communication campaign emphasizes the importance of outreach to strategic groups, in particular men and boys who play the utmost role in ending violence against women and girls. To that end, in the framework of the SHiEld project, UN Women in Georgia has actively partnered with the Georgian Rugby Union and the Georgian rugby players to...

Interior of Violence: An interactive performance on ending violence against women (Georgia)

Thursday, January 4, 2018

The UN Joint Programme to Enhance Gender Equality in Georgia (UNJP) marked International Women's Day 2014 by launching "The Interior of Violence," an interactive exhibition and performance staged by actors of Georgia's Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre. The exhibition was set up in the form of a home in the theatre's lobby for the performance. It also features stories developed by Georgian journalists, bloggers and photojournalists on violence against women, as well as domestic violence....

Georgia's "Sportsmen UNiTE against Violence against Women Campaign"

Thursday, January 4, 2018

“Family is not a fighting ring, nor are your family members your opponents." Giga Chikadze, K-1 and Mixed Martial Arts Fighter, World Cup Owner, Champion of the World, Europe, Caucasus and Georgia, has recently joined the “Sportsmen UNiTE against Violence against Women Campaign” that is part of the UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women Campaign. The campaign is supported by the UN Joint Programme “Enhancing Gender Equality in Georgia” and funded by Swedish International...

Georgian Rugby Players join "Sportsmen UNiTE against Violence against Women Campaign"

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Georgian Rugby players once again unite for the "Sportsmen UNiTE against Violence against Women Campaign” that has been run in their country to support UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women Campaign. The campaign is supported by the UN Joint Programme “Enhancing Gender Equality in Georgia” and funded by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). The UN Joint Programme in Georgia is implemented by UN Women, UNFPA and UNDP.

Gender Aspects of Mediation Strategies for Increasing Women’s Role in Peacebuilding

Thursday, January 4, 2018

The workshop “Gender Aspects of Mediation Strategies for Increasing Women’s Role in Peacebuilding” was conducted by UN Women Georgia Country Office in April 12-15, 2014, for the women divided by conflict in Georgia aiming to enhance their knowledge in peace-building and conflict resolution and build their confidence to influence peace-building processes; to enable them to influence, participate and advocate for women’s participation in conflict resolution and peace-building processes and to...

Georgia: Gender mainstreaming in the security sector

Thursday, January 4, 2018

The training “Integrating Gender Equality and Women, Peace and Security Principles into the Security Sector” was prepared and held at the joint initiative of Georgia’s Ministry of Defence, the National Defence Academy, UN Women, the Women’s Information Centre and the NATO Liaison Office in Georgia during 21-23 May 2014. The training aimed at raising awareness and deepening the knowledge of military and civil service staff of the Ministry of Defence about the integration of gender equality...

Georgia: Social mobilization for community welfare

Thursday, January 4, 2018

“Social Mobilization for Community Welfare” was produced by UN Women Georgia within the project Women for Equality, Peace and Development. That project, with its local implementing partner and non-governmental organization Taso Foundation, supported the social mobilization of internally displaced, conflict-affected and ethnic minority women. The goal of social mobilization is to strengthen social protection efforts towards these populations and improve their livelihoods. The women’s self-help...

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