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About Tatuli Chubabria

Tatuli Chubabria is a coordinator of projects at Social Rights Program at Tbilisi’s Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center. She has a Masters in Social Policy for Development and is currently working on a sociological study of labour conditions among service and industry workers in Georgia. She also studies the causes and forms of homelessness in Tbilisi.

Articles by Tatuli Chubabria

This week's editors

Cat Tully and Allie Bobak introduce this week's theme: Participation and foresight – putting people at the heart of the future

Constitutional conventions: best practice

In Georgia, labour exploitation still pays

In striving for a “business-friendly environment”, the Georgian government is further eroding labour rights. Workers have taken to the streets in response.

For Tbilisi’s squatters, things must change

Georgia's approach to homelessness is beset by myths and myopia. If the authorities are serious about tackling social exclusion, they have to move on from the carrot and the stick. 

How can we politicise labour rights in Georgia?

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In Georgia, violations of workers’ rights, low pay and negligent treatment by private corporations continue to go unnoticed. We need to politicise the world of work.

 

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