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From where I stand: “Tales can instill positive values”

Friday, June 29, 2018

Diana Anthimiadou is a popular Georgian writer. She contributed two tales to the collection of fairy tales titled Once There was a Girl. The book, published in June 2018, was developed by UN Women Georgia.

From where I stand: "Women can make meaningful contributions to the development of Wikipedia"

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Tsangala Tsagareishvili-Ahbe, 59, is a teacher by profession and is the most active female editor of Georgian Wikipedia living in Germany. Since 2005, she has been continuously involved in the development of content on the online encyclopedia.

From where I stand: “Vocational trainings for the survivors of domestic violence are very valuable”

Friday, February 2, 2018

At our company, we decided to offer something of value within the framework of social responsibility. More specifically, we wanted to select a direction that would be close to our hearts.

From where I stand: “Education is the right and prosperous choice”

Friday, September 8, 2017

My mother was unable to continue her undergraduate studies after the second year; this is why she was always concerned about my education.

From where I stand: "Resolving water problems makes women’s work easier"

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Before the war in 2008, the population residing near the conflict zone in Shida Kartli used to get drinking water from the village of Vanati. After the war,Vanati happened to be located beyond the dividing line

From where I stand: „It is professionalism that matters, not gender“

Monday, July 10, 2017

When I finished high school, I wanted to go to law school, but my father told me that practicing law was not for women. This is how I entered the faculty of political and social studies.

From where I stand: “Sustainable Energies are Especially Useful for Women”

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

I first came across renewable energies some eight years ago. The Rural Communities Development Agency, where I work now, is one of the organizations that has specialized in the utilization of solar energy for households in rural areas of Georgia.

From where I stand: “Freedom Is Priceless”

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Maia Pelishvili, 43, is a neighborhood inspector-investigator at Kvemo Kartli Police Department. Most of her duties are related to domestic violence.

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