The medicines and optical glasses prescribed by the doctor-ophthalmologist will be purchased by the Institute of Democracy in the frame of the project supporting former inmates, inmates’ families and probationers. 16 beneficiaries participated in the Medical Action. Similar Medical Action is also planned for former inmates in Guria, Samegrelo-Upper Svaneti and Imereti region.Read More
Similar evaluations were left at the end of the trainings by the listeners. Majority of attendants decided to advertise their own business during the training, jointly discussing webs-sites and advertisements of various business companies through practical assignments.Read More
One year remaining before his release from custody, he is fully aware about his future plans, though as his mother thinks that his son’s activity will be related to family business.
Inmate’s family has been running a nursery economy for years, growing the saplings of kiwi, feihoia, walnut under greenhouse conditions, being highly demandable and realized in the whole westerner Georgia.Read More
The Institute of Democracy working ion the program supporting former inmates, inmates’ families and probationers responds to the evaluation by the President of the NGO “Georgian Alliance for safe roads” in relation to the issue, according to which taxi drivers should not have previous convictions and be dangerous to the society https://bit.ly/2y62J2NRead More
42-year old Alex Tsevelidze is blind, though his physical state is resulting from the injury caused during arresting, when he was beaten with the weapon barrel by the special service unit office of the Finance Police, damaging his eye and losing eyesight. In 20166 he was sentenced with the accusation of economic offence.Read More