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Women’s Needs and GenderSensitivity of Election Programs of Political Manifestos

This paper consists of two parts: the first part overviews documents and election platforms of the political parties that were identified as qualified election subjects in the local elections held in Georgia on 15 June 2014.

The second part deals with the findings of a survey conducted in nine cities of Georgia with the aim to reveal women’s needs and further communicate them to political parties so that they consider those needs in their election manifestosin future.A concluding part of this overview includes recommendations drawn up on the basis of the aforementioned activities.

Authors: Ketevan Mskhiladze, Lela Khomeriki
Editor: Tamar Kintsurashvili
Researchers:
Nino Narimanidze, Marina Modebadze Akhaltsikhe
Seda Melkumian Akhalkalaki
Virginia Stoliarenko Gardabani
Arina Tavkarishvili Gori
Gvantsa Lukava Zugdidi
Nino Katamadze, Tamar Tabatadze, Gela Bochikashvili Tbilisi
Olga Endeladze Marneuli
Nina Marikiani Ninotsminda
Nana Bagalishvili Signagi

Link: Women’s Needs and GenderSensitivity of Election Programs of Political Manifestos, 2015 

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