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  • Love forbidden: You were born on the wrong side of the wall
    While Israeli laws restrict Palestinian citizens' of Israel right to family life and family reunification, love under apartheid* proves itself to be difficult but possible. That evening during dinner Tanya Keilani's close friend told her in details the difficulties she is experiencing with her fiancé. Those were not, however, random...
  • "Sharing For Empowerment" forum
    On September 15-18, 2015 with the support from ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania , The Centre for Equality Advancement (Lithuania)organized forum “Sharing For Empowerment” for Lithuanian, Georgian and Palestinian Women. Forum was hosted by Centre of East European Studies, Human Rights Monitoring Institute and European Institute of Gender Equality....
  • Social Justice and peace Philanthropy in Georgia: Community Philanthropy over 2 years
    Donors in years 20011-2014: GFW and OSGF   As national women’s fund we work for economic strengthening and social participation of grassroots women since 2004. This includes educations sessions such in field of small business management, bio-farming, various themes of women’s HRs and women, peace and security issues, mobilizing local...
  • Director General of TF was Awarded with Kato Mikeladze Award
    On November 28, 2014, on International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, TF’s director general Marina Tabukashvili was awarded with Kato Mikeladze award that was established by Women’s Fund in Georgia in 2013 to honor women’s rights activism and is awarded to one woman activist every year. Kato Mikeladze was a...
  • Round Table Meetings II cycle
    Taso Foundation implements the component of social mobilization in the frames of the project Women for Equality, Peace and Development in Georgia (WEPD). Social mobilization implies empowerment and support of local communities for their effective cooperation with local government representatives in order to solve the social problems of the respective...
 
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