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Women from the Past - Example for the Future


With the financial support of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, and Georgian National Commission for UNESCO, the Media Development Fund (MDF) implements the project Women from the Past – Example for the Future. The aim of the project is to inform society about female public figures of various epochs and popularize their activity; to promote gender equality based on historical examples.
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Women from the Past - Example for the Future

Women for Change


Media Development Foundation, MDF implements the project Women for Change with the support of the Center of Electoral Systems Development, Reforms and Trainings.
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Women for Change

Maro Makashvili, Student


In 1921, when Russia’s 11th Red Army advanced on Tbilisi and Georgian youth left for Kojori and Tabakhmeli to fight against the Soviet army, the 19-year-old student Maro Makashvili joined the Red Cross as a nurse and went with the Georgian regiment heading for Kojori. After two days she was mortally wounded by a splinter of a bomb. She was buried along with military school students in the yard of former military cathedral, on the territory of current building of parliament on the Rustaveli Avenue.
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Maro Makashvili, Student

Carla Serena, Traveler


According to the newspaper Droeba, Carla Serena, known in Europe as “the first woman traveler,” traveled in Georgia twice at the end of 19th century. Carla Serena’s work, “Caucasian Sketches,” dated 1844, contains significant information as well as drawings of various regions of Georgia, their ethnographic, religious diversity. The book includes landscapes of Akhaltsikhe, Borjomi, Gori; portraits of people and drawings of their daily life.
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Carla Serena, Traveler

Kato Mikeladze - Journalist, public figure


“Citizens, the slavery of women was not historically customary to Georgia… Spousal relationship of Georgian people was always of friendly nature. This is proved, if not by the contemporary life, by our ancient language which called such a relationship the pulling of a yoke. Public activity was not strange to Georgian women and at the times when our brave fathers were busy sharpening their swords to repel enemy our mothers took care of civil life. They were engaged in spreading literacy and religion, curing diseases, building cathedrals, castles and fortresses that were ruined by enemies, and in many other activities."
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Kato Mikeladze - Journalist, public figure

Ekaterine Tarkhnishvili – Gabashvili - Writer, public figure


“Is it not better for them follow the example of noble women of other nations and to contribute one hundredth of their income to charity, spend one hundredth of their time on the care for the poor! Will feeding hungry, rearing an orphan, pointing the way to disoriented, taking care of the feeble not be the nourishment for their empty hearts, their hollow souls of which these our idle, reasonless and mindless woman are definitely aware.
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Ekaterine Tarkhnishvili – Gabashvili - Writer, public figure

Ethel Annakin-Snowden - Public figure


"The fact that these people are not, like the people of Azerbaijan, dominated by the Bolsheviks, but are opposed to Bolshevism in practice and in theory, makes it easier for them to trade with other countries, and this, with their more ample supplies, accounts for their well-fed appearance.”
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Ethel Annakin-Snowden - Public figure

Aziani – Natalia Dondarova - Playwright


“This play [Engineer or Doctor] belongs to one young Armenian lady and the writing shows quite a talent taking into account that this is the first step of this young lady on the literary arena. In our opinion, among original plays offered this year none has proved to be a play of such a talent ….”
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Aziani – Natalia Dondarova - Playwright

Nino (Ninutsa) Kipiani - Lawyer, public figure


Our national advancement requires the development of a program. Such a program must be designed through a congress. The congress must be attended by representatives of all nations, all parties. The congress is a necessity in current situation. No one knows what kind of changes will take place in the foreseeable future and we must be ready for that and if we fail to help ourselves during these changes, it will be late to do that thereafter…
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Nino (Ninutsa) Kipiani - Lawyer, public figure

Nato Gabunia – Tsagareli - Actress


“I had many good times on the stage and bad times too. Theatre was everything for me and still remains to be such… Perhaps I am not worth of the stage but the stage means everything to me. My family, my Asiko, my praying house and so on and so forth… The god is one who I deeply trust as the god but I also believe that there are gods on the earth too, who penetrate hearts of humans, understand their sorrow and undertake to cure it. Here, on the earth, I have my gods who give me - the weakened, tortured feeble person – the power to live.”
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Nato Gabunia – Tsagareli - Actress

Marijani - Mariam Aleksidze-Tkemaladze, Poet, writer


Poem "Mirror of dowry ", performed by Marijani.
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Marijani - Mariam Aleksidze-Tkemaladze, Poet, writer
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