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Gender impact assessment of the law of Georgia on public service
02 February 2024

Please note that the research report 'Gender impact assessment of the law of Georgia on public service' is available in Georgian language only.

ISET hosts its second international conference on gender economics. Keynote speakers from Brandeis University and American University in Washington, D.C. give addresses
20 October 2023

October 19-20 witnessed the largest and most high-profile event of ISET’s year: the international conference on gender economics entitled ‘Gender Equality and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Time of Crisis’. The two-day event, hosted by ISET and the FREE Network (the Forum for Research on Eastern Europe and Emerging Economies), attracted academics from 15 countries, including Australia, India, the USA, the countries of the South Caucasus, Eastern and Western Europe.

Women in academia – a glass ceiling in the South Caucasus?
16 October 2023

The topic of women and power roles in academia is an area of significant interest and concern in contemporary society. While strides have been made in promoting gender equality in higher education, academic institutions continue to encounter issues with representation and empowerment for women in various positions of authority and influence.

ISET Policy Institute and Rustavi-based organizations discuss Georgia’s European perspective and effective policymaking
26 September 2023

On 26 September, ISET Policy Institute, with support from the Swedish Embassy, met representatives from local non-governmental and international organizations in Rustavi to introduce its activities and key products.

Gender Impact Assessment of the Law on Entrepreneurs
06 September 2023

Georgia is actively addressing gender equality and women's economic empowerment (WEE) within its investment climate and national policies. Despite legislative efforts to align with EU directives, women-owned SMEs face significant challenges in accessing finance, impacting overall economic growth.

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