On April 15, 2018, in the framework of the project “Train the Messenger” The Levan Mikeladze Foundation held a workshop for religious minorities of Kakheti region in the hotel “Ambassador Kachreti”.
During the conference the invited project experts: Mikheil Mirziashvili (Chairman of the Board and Board Member of Center For Development and Democracy), Vakhushti Menabde (Associate Professor Law Major at Ilia State University), Tatuli Todua (Public Defender of Georgia, Head of the Department of Protection of Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights).

The workshop discussed the activities carried out by the Public Defender in the field of freedom of religion, recommendations about freedom of religion issues, social issues, DCFTA and AA, interactive exercises on freedom of religion were also conducted.

The workshop was moderated by Archil Gegeshidze.  

The discussion was simultaneously translated into Azeri language.

Since May 15, 2017, the Levan Mikeladze Foundation implements the project “Train the Messenger ” with the financial support of Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Georgia.

The aim of this project is to support the integration of minority, as well as strengthen the capacity of religious leaders in order to fight discrimination and stigmatization through raising awareness about human rights and relevant international institutions.