THE AMENDMENTS THAT SHOULD BE ADOPTED IN THE LAW OF GEORGIA ON ASSEMBLIES AND MANIFESTATIONS27 September, 2021
Although the freedom of assembly is enshrined in the Constitution of Georgia and relevant legislation, there are a number of challenges associated with the efficient exercise of this freedom in practice.
On September 17, 2021, Rights Georgia published a report that evaluates the compliance of the national legislation and practice regulating the freedom of assembly with the international and regional standards.
Based on report findings, Rights Georgia developed legislative amendments that aim at promoting the proper implementation of the obligations/commitments undertaken by the state and ensuring the freedom of assembly in Georgia.
Download the infographic and learn more about Rights Georgia's legislative proposals.
The report on freedom of assembly and the respective legal amendments were prepared with the financial support of the Human Rights House Foundation and the European Union.