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Nino Tkeshelashvili, 1874-1956

„We, the Georgian women from Tbilisi, the ancient city of Georgia, welcome opening of the assembly of the Russian women. The glorious names of great Georgian women of the past are a building block of the future for women in Georgia. Our women have never given...

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Nutsa Eristavi, 26, Tbilisi

„After graduating from the department of journalism, I went to England to attend a short English language course and to help my aunt out in her Georgian café. All in all, I stayed there for two years, and during that stay, I met my future...

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Dada, 30, Tbilisi

„I live with my father in a rented apartment. Dad has a heart disease and he needs 100 GEL worth medications per week. My mother is a migrant to Spain. It so happened that the senior citizen my mom was taking care of, passed away...

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Keti Mouravidze, 16, Kvemo Alvani

I have lived in Kvemo Alvani for 17 years, the village where a woman is not encouraged to pursue personal development or career growth. It can be felt in every aspect, every issue, stereotypical thinking of people and the attitudes towards a woman’s role and...

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Mari, 25, Tbilisi

„I identify myself as a queer. Being a queer for me primarily means confronting with heteronormativity, recognizing and realizing that sexual orientation and gender identity is not binary, but a spectrum. Before getting there, I walked a long and difficult road. For a long time I...

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