Hate crime, hate speech, and discrimination in Georgia, August 2018
Hate crime, hate speech, and discrimination in Georgia: attitudes and awareness
The goal of the study was understanding appreciation and awareness of the following issues: The diversity in Georgian society; The rights of minorities and vulnerable groups; Occurrence of discrimination, hate crime and hate speech in Georgian society and who it affects; Georgian legislation against discrimination, hate crime, and hate speech; Existing redress mechanisms and their effectiveness; Contribution of different actors.
Adult population (18 years old and over), excluding the populations living in territories affected by military conflict (South Ossetia and Abkhazia). Besides nationwide, data is representative of Tbilisi, urban and rural areas of Georgia. In addition, the sample is also representative of areas where the population’s main language is Armenian as well as of those were the population’s main language is Azeri.
Multi-stage cluster sampling with preliminary stratification.
Computer-assisted personal interview (CAPI).
Georgian, Armenia and Azerbaijani.
August 17, 2018 to September 2, 2018.
Results are weighted.