EU enlargement and Georgia

Intersectional feminist priorities regarding fundamental rights and rule of law

This briefing paper is written from the perspectives of a group of organisations from Georgia covering key intersectional feminist human rights issues which the European Union—and its member states—should pay close attention to in their dialogue with the Government of Georgia regarding accession and in the Georgia Country Report in the Enlargement Package.

It is crucial that the current discussions about accession for Georgia—and any future formal negotiations—fully incorporate fundamental rights and rule of law issues affecting women, LGBTI+ people, people with disabilities, and conflict-affected people.

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