Research: Georgia’s Anti-Crisis Plan Completely Neglected LGBTQI Individuals

The Georgian Government’s Anti-Crisis Plan (ACP) failed to fully meet the needs of vulnerable groups and completely neglected LGBTQI individuals, which worsened their health and quality of life, – finds the research, Employment and Labor Rights of LGBTQI Community in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemic, published by Equality Movement in Georgia. According to the research, […]

Georgia-North Macedonia visa-free travel comes into effect

Visa free regime in between Georgia and the Republic of North Macedonia comes into effect, – The President of Georgia Salome Zourabichvili stated. According to the agreement, starting from September 3 Georgian nationals with biometric passport can travel visa-free to the Republic of North Macedonia and stay for 90 days in any 180-day period. The […]

Schools in Europe should remain open and be made safer from COVID-19, WHO and UNICEF say

As millions of children return to school across the European region, where the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant is dominant, schools should stay open and be made safer by adopting measures to minimize transmission of the virus, – WHO Europe and UNICEF reported. According to their statement, these measures include offering teachers and other school […]

The Unified National Examinations 2021 Concluded Today

 The 2021 Unified National Examinations have concluded today. 29,362 entrants have enrolled in various universities throughout the country, – National Assessment and Examinations Center of Georgia reported. According to the released information, in 2021, 76% of registered applicants became students. This percentage is almost the same as the last year (75%). Despite the challenges caused […]