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Tamar Chugoshvili was born on 11 August, 1984 in Gurjaani, Georgia, is a Georgian politician.
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||11 August 1984|
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Who Is Tamar Chugoshvili’s Husband?
Her husband is Giorgi Mikhanashvili
Tamar Chugoshvili Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Tamar Chugoshvili worth at the age of 36 years old? Tamar Chugoshvili’s income source is mostly from being a successful Politician. She is from Georgian. We have estimated Tamar Chugoshvili’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Politician|
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Draft legislative amendments on women’s political and economic empowerment have been prepared. Furthermore, a draft legislative package on regulating sexual harassment, prepared by the Council, was approved by the Parliament of Georgia in 2019 and, therefore, sexual harassment has become punishable offense in Georgia. According to the new Rules of Procedure of the Parliament and within the framework of the increased oversight function of the Gender Equality Council, the Council has started to implement new oversight tool – thematic inquiries, which are intended to systematically study an important issue and develop proper draft decisions and recommendations for relevant state agencies. Chugoshvili is an active supporter of women’s increased political participation, women’s economic empowerment, prevention of the violence against women and domestic violence, and within the framework of the Gender Equality Council’s activities, she is involved in many local and international awareness-raising campaigns.
According to the recent Constitutional amendments, adopted in 2018, Georgia can be considered a fully Parliamentary Republic and human rights are protected on high standards.
Chugoshvili led the reform of the Rules of Procedure of the Parliament of Georgia. The New RoP was approved in December 2018, according to which: the oversight function of the Parliament has been increased, the law-making process has been improved, accountability of the Parliament has increased, citizen participation was promoted and the level of transparency increased. The new Rules of Procedure of the Parliament of Georgia ensure the compliance of parliamentary activities with the new Constitutional Amendements.
Chugoshvili was actively involved in Georgia’s Constitutional Reform in 2017-2018 as the Secretary of the State Constitutional Commission and the point of contact for the Venice Commission, as a member of two steering committees on nation-wide public discussions regarding the Constitutional laws, the “Amendments to the Constitution of Georgia” and as the member of the Parliamentary Commission on Harmonization of the Legislative Acts of Georgia with the Constitution of Georgia.
Since 2016, Chugoshvili has been the Foreign Secretary of the Party “Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia”. She was elected as a member and the First Vice-Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia in November 2016 and since then has served as the Chair of the Gender Equality Council of the Parliament, the Chair of the US and Israeli Caucuses at the Parliament, the Chair of the Board of Treasurers, the Head of the Permanent Parliamentary Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), the Vice-Chairperson of Socialists, Democrats and Greens Group in the PACE, and as the Ambassador of Women Political Leaders Global Forum (WPL).
She also participated in several fellowships and special courses including: Women’s Participation in Politics, “From Harvard Square to Oval Office” (October, 2014-May, 2015), while at Harvard and a US Department of State Professional Fellows Program at the Law Library of Congress, in Washington DC, Spring 2010.
Chugoshvili lead the development of the first national strategy and the action plan on human rights protection in Georgia. In April 2014, the Parliament of Georgia adopted first ever National Strategy on Human Rights for 2014-2020 which was quickly followed by the Georgian government’s adoption of a Human Rights Action Plan for 2014-2015 .
Transparency International Georgia — Chugoshvili was recognized for her contribution towards improvement of gender equality in Georgia by Transparency International – Georgia in 2018.
USAID — Chugoshvili received a Certificate of Recognition for outstanding contribution towards gender equality initiatives in Georgia from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in March 2019.
In 2013-2014, Chugoshvili was the Assistant to the Prime Minister of Georgia on Human Rights and Gender Equality Issues. During the same period, she served as the government’s focal point for the EU Special Representative to Georgia on Legal and Constitutional Reforms and Human Rights – Thomas Hammarberg. Chugoshvili is the author of the first human rights policy document, human rights strategy and action plan of Georgia.
From 2010 until 2012, Chugoshvili was the Chairperson of Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association. During the same period, she was the Chairperson of the Coalition for Independent and Transparent Judiciary composed of 32 NGOs, and the member of the Managing Board of the Civil Society National Platform composed of more than 100 NGOs.
Chugoshvili is the author of the following publications: Justice in Georgia (2010); Concept of the Supreme Audit in Georgia (2008); Monitoring of the Fulfillment of the Georgian National and International Anticorruption Obligations of Georgia (2008) ; Monitoring of the Reserve Funds of the President and Government of Georgia; Freedom of Information in Georgia (2007).
In 2006 Chugoshvili obtained master’s degree in law from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. In 2014-2015 she studied at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, graduating with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.
Tamar Chugoshvili (Georgian: თამარ ჩუგოშვილი; born August 11, 1984) is a Georgian politician, who has served as the First Vice-Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia since November 2016. She is the Foreign Secretary and the Member of the Political Council of the Party “Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia”.