Strengthening Protection Capacity Project Georgia
In July 2007 UNHCR introduced the Strengthening Protection Capacity Project in Georgia to help strengthen protection responses to forced displacement in the region. In Georgia, the project focuses on strengthening state and civil society capacities to protect refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced people (IDPs) and stateless persons. In particular, SPCP projects are aimed at improving protection capacity for groups with specific needs, such as women and children, and to expand opportunities for self-reliance in displaced communities.
UNHCR acknowledges the generous support of the European Union for this project. The contents of this update do not reflect the views of the European Union.
SPCP Armenia: Gaps Analysis and Action Plans
- National Stakeholders Consultations Conference Report 7-8 November 20087 Nov 2008
- Armenia: Analysis of Gaps in the Protection of Refugees and Asylum Seekers. August 20081 Aug 2008
SPCP Georgia: Project Updates
- SPCP South Caucasus: Armenia and Georgia Roundtable on Refugee Protection held in Tbilsi on 16 December 200916 Dec 2009
- SPCP Southern Caucasus: Implementation Update - Georgia, December 2009 Dec 2009
- Update: SPCP - Georgia, October 20091 Oct 2009