Improving the Human Rights situation through upgrading the Mental Health Care and Inclusive Education



Georgia: closed

Project description

Improving the human rights situation in Georgia also covers the upgrading of mental health care and inclusive education. Therefore CILC, the Global Initiative on Psychiatry (GIP) Tbilisi and the Georgian Health Law and Bioethics Society (GHBLS) cooperated in the implementation of the newly adopted Law on Psychiatry by training lawyers, judges and medical professionals. The first quarter of 2011 had been used to prepare the final technical and financial reports and to close the project. Matra approved those reports in November and officially closed the project by  providing notice to CILC to that effect. However, the sustainable effect of the project continued in 2011 inasmuch as the alliance forged with the Georgian Parliamentary Commission on Healthcare and Social Affairs has been quintessential in GIP’s new projects. By the same token, GHLBS retained its alliance with the Municipality of Tbilisi and local NGOs. 


Project team

Abdeljalil Taktak

Abdeljalil Taktak

Project Manager

Hilde Morre

Hilde Morre

Assistant Project Manager

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