Georgia: Helping female victims of domestic abuse to break away from their abusers

Georgia: Helping female victims of domestic abuse to break away from their abusers

13 March 2019
“It is very important for people to be able to continue independent life after they leave the service, in order to avoid recurring abuse. Otherwise there is a vicious cycle, when the victim manages to escape the abusive environment temporarily, starts rehabilitation and returns back again due to…
Overseas by eTwinning Plus– A Georgian teacher’s success story

Overseas by eTwinning Plus– A Georgian teacher’s success story

06 March 2019
Nino Bunturi teaches English at the village school in Adzvi, in Georgia's Gori district.
EU support to socially disadvantaged babies in Kakheti

EU support to socially disadvantaged babies in Kakheti

03 December 2018
For 27-year-old Pato Imedashvili, from Omalo village, Akhmeta municipality, morning starts very early. There is a lot of work to do… She has five children, one of which she has to see off to school, two others to kindergarten. Seven-month-old Hamza is the youngest of the family members. Pato’s…
Sustainable media: the key to independence

Sustainable media: the key to independence

27 April 2018
Every year on 3 May, the world marks Press Freedom Day. It’s a day on which we are reminded of the role of free media as a cornerstone of democracy, of the importance of media pluralism, of the significance of objective, quality, ethical journalism in informing citizens and defending their…
The EU and Georgia: helping women to succeed

The EU and Georgia: helping women to succeed

05 March 2018
The EU closely cooperates with Georgia to assist progress towards reforms that will help to strengthen the country and improve the living conditions for its citizens. Gender equality is at the heart of this cooperation. Supporting women’s initiatives in different areas, promoting a fair society…
Assistance for the sake of truth: how the EU supports the independent mass media in the Eastern Partnership countries

Assistance for the sake of truth: how the EU supports the independent mass media in the Eastern Partnership countries

20 September 2017
A video published on the official Facebook account of the EU Delegation to Ukraine opens with words: "Three things you should know about Russia Today and Sputnik." The video explains that Russian state-run mass media "do not want to be impartial", and that they "create fake news". These facts are…
“Once Erasmus, always Erasmus”: how education brings Georgia closer to the European Union

“Once Erasmus, always Erasmus”: how education brings Georgia closer to the European Union

03 April 2017
“Studying in Denmark was a life-changing experience: it made me want to become a school teacher back home, where I am determined to implement modern teaching and learning methods” says Tinatin Nakashidze, a 22-year-old Georgian student, who studied at University College UCC in Copenhagen for one…
The Head of the European Union Delegation to Georgia, Ambassador Janos Herman, explains in an interview how common values and shared interests are driving forward the partnership between Georgia and the EU

A transformation in Georgia, led by the Georgians

21 October 2016
The Head of the European Union Delegation to Georgia, Ambassador Janos Herman, explains in an interview how common values and shared interests are driving forward the partnership between Georgia and the EU. What are the shared values that underpin the EU’s relations with Georgia? The values that…