Labor Rights of Women in Georgia & the EU

Gender Equality is a challenge for Georgia - changes are needed also at the legislative level. By signing the Association Agreement with the EU in June 2014, Georgia committed itself to improve gender equality at the workplace and women’s labor rights.

The Association Agreement includes directives on women's labor rights. The issue of approximation of Georgian legislation with these directives is the main topic of  the publication by Raisa Liparteliani and Ekaterine Kardava, who explain the concept of discrimination, evaluate existing legislative practice and offer recommendations on how to modernize the Georgian labor code and and bring it closer to European standards.

Raisa Liparteliani, Ekaterine Kradava


Tbilisi, Georgia 2018

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung South Caucasus Office

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