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Prepared and issued with the support of UNFPA Georgia Office
Opinions expressed in this publication represent the opinion of the author and do not reflect those of UNFPA. UNFPA does not take responsibility for possible discrepancies.
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The report is an overview of a number of international indices assessing the gender equality in Georgia, namely: gender equality indices of the UN Development Report, the Gender Gap Index of the World Economic Forum, the Social Institutions and Gender Index of OECD, and the Women’s Economic Opportunity Index of the Economist Intelligence Unit. The report aims at identifying the most problematic issues hampering the achievement of gender equality in Georgia for the further research and policy advocacy.
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This report has been developed in 2012 on the initiative of and with the support of United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia in partnership with the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia

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This report has been developed in 2012 on the initiative of and with the support of United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia in partnership with the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia

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Publication was prepared by initiative and support of United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) office in Georgia
The Yearbook contains the data on Georgian population, its composition by age and sex and fertility, mortality, marriage, divorces, external migration and other demographic indicators.
The views expressed herein are not necessarily shared by UNFPA.
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The Aforementioned Collection of Normative Acts is published under support of the UNFPA implemented Project “Combating Gender-Based Violence in the South Caucasus”
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This report is funded by UNFPA and UNICEF Joint Project “Support to Georgian RH Survey, 2010”

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This publication has been prepared in the frame of the ‘Reproductive Health Initiative for Youth in the South Caucasus’ project, co-funded by the European Union (EU) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
The comparative analysis was conducted by the “Cultural Study Center” on the basis of data of Adolescents’ RH surveys conducted in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of the authors and can in no way be taken as reflecting the views of the EU or UNFPA.
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This report has been prepared within the framework of the EU/UNFPA co-funded project "Reproductive Health Initiative for Youth in the South Caucasus"
The authors are solely responsible for the content of this document and it should be in no way taken to reflect the views of the European Union and UNFPA.

 

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