EU launches #JusticeForAll campaign in Georgia to promote access to justice
April 28, 2021

EU launches #JusticeForAll campaign in Georgia to promote access to justice


On 27 April, the European Union and the Council of Europe launched an online campaign, #JusticeForAll, aimed at raising awareness of the issues faced by different groups in accessing justice in Georgia.

Its key message is that accessible justice must be free of visible and invisible barriers: sensitive and disability-friendly environment, accessible buildings, interpretation, and convenient location always and for all.

The campaign will present personal stories of people with disabilities, representatives of minority groups, women and children overcoming barriers to access to justice. The stories will be published in Georgian and English on the official online platforms of the Council of Europe Office in Georgia.

This campaign is part of the project Enhancing the Accountability and the Efficiency of the Judicial System and the Professionalism of Lawyers in Georgia’, funded by the European Union and implemented by the Council of Europe under its EU-funded Partnership for Good Governance (2019-2021).

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Press release

The official online platforms of the Council of Europe Office in Georgia: Webpage, Facebook Page and Twitter.



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