Personal data protection of LGBTI+ communities in Georgia
February 1, 2023

Personal data protection of LGBTI+ communities in Georgia

The research examines widespread practices related to the personal data protection of LGBTI+ people in Georgia and provides recommendations for public agencies and the civil and private sectors to raise existing standards and fill in the gaps. It says the personal data of LGBT+ people is often illegally disclosed by journalists and occasionally by health workers, law enforcement agencies and lawyers.

Commissioned by the European Union and UNDP, the research was carried out by the non-governmental organisation ‘Rule of Law Centre’ with contributions from several civil society organisations. Available in English and Georgian.



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