Natika Kantaria

Natika has spent nearly a decade working in non-governmental and international organizations. She comes from Abkhazia, an occupied territory of Georgia. The challenges she experienced stemming from her family being forced to leave home and move to another place led her to become a human rights campaigner, and this inspires her to want to communicate the needs of diverse communities at the local and international levels. Natika has a successful record in planning and implementing awareness-raising and advocacy campaigns in the field of human rights, rule of law, and democracy within the framework of the projects funded by the Council of Europe, European Union, USAID, SIDA, OSF, NDI, NED. She is a Public Voices Fellow on Advancing the Rights of Women and Girls in partnership with Equality Now

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