Human Rights and their Violations

Uuhh!!! Very scarry!

Georgian Police
Georgian Police
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Pictures by Yuri Prokhorenko

Human Rights:
Problems and Achievements in Georgia

A speech by Mr. Konstantin Kokoev, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights and Ethnical Minorities. The text of the speech was kindly provided by Committee for Human Rights and Ethnic Minorities of the Parliament of Georgia <>

More Information about Human Rights in Georgia
A diploma work by Mr. Zurab Vanishvili <>, the Expert of the Committee for Human Rights and Ethnic Minorities of the Parliament of Georgia

And now information from non-governmental sources:

U.S. Department of State
Georgia Country Report on Human Rights Practices for 1996
Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, January 30, 1997

Guide to Law Online: Georgia
From Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) of Law Library of U.S. Congress

Former Political Prisoners for Human Rights
Here is the information about this organization posted to the Georgian Newsgroup

Report on Fact-finding Mission of the Dutch Information Center
This article was posted to the Georgian newsgroup

Amnesty International Urges the Georgian Government
to Implement Recommendations of the UN Committee Against Torture

(From Amnesty International On-line)

Fear of torture/legal concern/Medical concern and new concern: Death penalty
From Amnesty International UK

Adamianis Uplebebi
From Caucasica

Death Penalties in Georgia
A letter of Holly Cartner, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch/Helsinki to Eduard Shevardnadze
Published on the Net by Shavlego

Death Penalty - Will it be abolished?

Can Georgian cops be tolerant?
"Let Them Shout!"