The Union Century 21 was founded on December 9, 1998, as non-political, not-for-profit, non-governmental organization. It was legally registered by Saburtalo District Court of Tbilisi. The office of the Union Century 21 is based in Tbilisi, Georgia. We carry out our activities within the scope of various programs, projects and initiatives to protect the rights of religious and ethnic minorities. Our organization is involved in regional and international projects together with foreign and local partners. To increase the efficiency and improve results of our activities, we intensely cooperate with respective governmental institutions and agencies. To achieve our goals we conduct international conferences, trainings, debates, and wide-scale educational campaigns. We also make our best efforts to improve religion related legislation of Georgia. The Union Century 21 prepared/translated and published a number of books dealing with human rights, freedom of faith, relationship between the state and the church and other important issues.

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Paata Gachechiladze

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International Day For Tolerance

On November 16, the Union Century 21st organized a meeting of the Interreligious Council to celebrate the International Day for Tolerance, The meeting was held at the residence of the Patriarchate. The meeting focused on the role of religious communities in promoting tolerance, peace and mutual respect. At the meeting, Mr. Paata Gachechiladze, Chairman of the board...

“Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy”

Mr. Paata Gachechiladze, Chairman of the board of the Union “21st Century” took part in the conference “Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy” which was held in Warsaw on 2-4 October. The aim of this year’s edition “Freedom of religion or belief as a pillar of democracy”, is to highlight the links between the freedom of...