Report Paper of The Study „Gender Discrimination In Georgian Labour Market“

The current study „Gender discrimination in Georgian labour market” focuses on gender, based on social constructionist theory, which claimes that gender is socially constructed and the gender differences are not based on person’s biology. Gender discrimination is defined as a situation, where one person is treated differently due to person’s gender, race, age, sexual orientation, etc.

The report was prepared within the USAID funded project “Promoting Gender Equality in Employment” by Nani Bendeliani, Pirjo Turk, Mariam Amashukeli, Lili Khechuashvili.