In Focus

In Georgia, the Country Office works mostly with academia, victims, and civil society, informing these communities and the media about the work of the Court.

In 2022, the country office conducted various online and in-person outreach activities – including around ten outreach meetings/workshops with affected communities (in the IDP camps) and academia – and presented the Life after Conflict mini-exhibitions, directly engaging around 150 individuals and indirectly reaching more than one million people, including affected communities and victims. The main focus was on social media and providing relevant information – especially in relation to the three warrants of arrest – to the general public, affected communities and victims via various social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.



Georgia civil society and academia

Arrest warrants in Georgia: Q&A with civil society and academia

The ICC teams meets with civil society and academia to discuss the Prosecutor’s request for arrest warrants in the Situation in Georgia

Day of International Criminal Justice in Georgia

Marking the Day of International Criminal Justice in Georgia

The ICC’s Georgia team celebrates 17 July with a local version of the Court’s “Life after Conflict” exhibit 

Information session in Shaumiani

The ICC team hosts information session for some 60 families living in Shaumiani

Around 25 people representing 60 families still living in Shaumiani, in Georgia, attend the ICC information session 


Photo Memories
Photo Memories
I work with those living in remote villages, who found a temporary home in the settlements for the internally displaced people (IDP).
IDP settlements in Georgia: A “temporary home” for hundreds of families
IDP settlements in Georgia: A “temporary home” for hundreds of families
It’s been a year since our first information visit to Shavshvebi...