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Promoting Human Rights to health in Georgia.

Nana Zavradashvili

The research project has been carried out by Georgian coalition human rights in health care was the first attempt to evaluate Georgian government implemented health projects from the Human Rights standpoint, for strengthen capacity of key policy- and decision-makers of the country for informed decision making and contributing in promotion and protection of human rights in health. Considerable legal framework has been developed for protection of human rights in healthcare recently, which is well harmonized with modern, widely accepted international standards and included national legislation as well as various international legal instruments ratified by the country. However, the reality shows that all these efforts, unfortunately, were not effective in leading to widespread knowledge and understanding of the value of human rights in the patient groups and health care professions or at organizational levels.

ISSHR Conference, 6- 8 October 2011, Tbilissi, Georgia.
Health and Human Rights: Doing Justice, Building Capacity
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Nana Zavradashvili

Nana Zavradashvili is a psychiatrist and currently a lecturer of Master on Social Psychiatry at Ilia State University. She is also an Expert of National Preventive Mechanisms of the OPDG within the Office of Public Defender of Georgia, Tbilisi. Nana is an expert adviser on the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and researcher for the Coalition Human Rights in Health Care OSI LHI. She has previously held position as Assistant Professor at State Medical Academy (Tbilisi) in Department of Psychiatry. She is a published author of a range of human rights and health articles with foci on Georgian and Tbilisi communities.

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