"Rights Georgia" (formerly known as "Article 42 of the Constitution") is a non-government organization operating in the sphere of protection of human rights facilitating the protection of civic and political rights and freedoms, as well as protection of other fundamental rights recognized by international law; harmonization of state policy and national legislation with international standards; and improvement of public legal awareness through efficient legal proceedings, strengthening of target groups, and participating in civic monitoring, surveys, analysis, and lawmaking initiatives.
Facilitate the introduction and implementation of the rights specified in article 31 and other articles of the Constitution of Georgia, European Convention on Human Rights and other international agreements;
Introduce the principle of supremacy of the law;
Support the improvement of the Court system ofGeorgia;
Support human rights advocates in performing their work, including improvement of professional level of lawyers;
Improve legal culture and of legal awareness;
Facilitate legal education.
The objective of "Rights Georgia" is to significantly contribute to the formation of the rule of law that will be based on the principles of supremacy of the law, where protection of human rights will be guaranteed. The activities shall include:
Study of international experience in the sphere of human rights protection;
Strategic litigations within the country and protection of human rights in international organizations;
Analysis of legislation in force and efforts directed to its improvement;
Cooperation with local and international human rights protection organizations, including professional associations of lawyers;
Carry out educational activities;
Carry out information campaign related with human rights protection.