An information campaign entitled “Access to free legal services for ethnic minorities” will be launched in Georgia on April 15.
Adviser to the State Minister Ayaz Mammadov told AZERTAC . He said the campaign was initiated by the Minister of State for Peace and Civil Equality with the support of USAID, Tolerance, Citizenship and Integration (UNAG) and the United States Agency for International Development.
Minister of State Tea Akhvlediani said that one of the priorities of the policy of civil equality is to raise awareness of ethnic minorities by holding state programs and events on various topics.
Free legal services for ethnic minorities are one of the main priorities of civil equality and public policy.
The project will carry out awareness-raising activities on special free legal aid in the regions of Georgia, including Marneuli, Bolnisi, Gardabani, Dmanisi, Tsalka, Tetriskaro and other territorial units, villages and settlements of Kvemo Kartli region, where Azerbaijanis live.
For the first time, teachers and young people will be informed about legal aid and the rules of its use.
The campaign will benefit teachers and students, youth, members of the municipality, as well as any interested citizens.
Source: AZERTAC, Azerbaijan State News Agency