The research focuses on the priority areas of the criminal justice reform strategy, such as effective rehabilitation / resocialization of juvenile defendants / convicts. In order to reflect and identify the current situation, achievements and challenges in the country, in 2019 the research team analyzed both local and international legislation and standards and information provided by public agencies working on juvenile issues.
The study assessed action plans for juvenile justice and crime prevention in 2019-20, which are part of the Unified Criminal Reform Action Plan (Directions 8 and 9).
The research focuses on the priority areas of the criminal justice reform strategy, such as effective rehabilitation / resocialization of juvenile defendants / convicts.
The research is focused on one of the priority directions of criminal justice reform strategy, such as establishment of selection criteria for professionals involved in juvenile justice system, their specialization and continuous training.
For handling the "secret enemy" of the 21st century, one needs to be well aware and educated. We have endeavored to produce information in this brochure for those who would like to model burnout prevention workshop and conduct it for their organization, team or community.
The brochure discusses burnout at work, its nature and prevention and gives some practical guidelines for human rights workers, volunteers and activists. All copyrights belong to the Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT).The materials contained in the brochure can only be used for non-commercial purposes with the obligatory indication of the source and author of the publication.
Following report aims to inform the society on ICC investigation regarding Georgia's situation after 10 years of August war. The report explores current social-economic condition and challenges of the people, affected by the war. For this, 2400 internally displaced families were interviewed in 36 settlements. After 2008 war majority of them live in special cottages, built by the government of Georgia and international organizations, in the territory of educational institutions and
Anchor Consulting has carried out 800 face-to-face interviews with the citizens of Tbilisi, at their residences. Questionnaire is presented in the Appendix (Part 8). Respondents were chosen according to district and demographical (gender and age) quotas. Quotas were determined according to the official statistical data1. Fieldwork was conducted in the second half of October 2003. This report presents the results of the survey. To evaluate the results of the survey correctly, one