Georgia has embarked on an ambitious programme of legal reforms cutting across judiciary, criminal law, juvenile justice, labour law and human rights. These reforms serve to consolidate European democracy in Georgia, in particular through the association process and visa dialogue with the EU.
Please join us for a conversation with the Georgian Minister of Justice Tea Tsulukiani about the policy lessons learned and the challenges of the second phase of the legal reforms launched recently.
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