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WIC project manager Nazi Burduladze on women's movement in Georgia

Category: Gender in Caucasus 
2017-07-28

Women’s Information Center’s project manager Nazi Burduladze speaks to Radio GIPA (FM94.3) about women’s movement in Georgia, recent march, follow ups and future plans.

She says that Georgian women’s solidarity movement is joint consolidated movement against any types of discrimination in any space, weather it is based on sex, race, language, social or political status.

“[At the march] we stood together to make clear that everyone has right of expression and no one should act in a discriminating way, that we have seen these days”.

 

 

Tags: Radio GIPA, WIC, Women's Movement, march

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