Human Rights Lesson ,,Our Security in the Internet Space’’


On December 10, 18:00 p.m., Ilia State University School of Law, Human Rights Department with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in cooperation with the implemented program "Support to the Rule of Law in Georgia" (PROLoG) as part of Human Rights Law University Week, we invite you to a human rights lesson entitled "Our Security in the Internet Space".

The event will be held in Zoom format. To attend, please register at the link:

The Human Rights Lesson, held annually on International Human Rights Day, is an event for students.


The students of Master’s Degree of Ilia State University School of Law:

  • Elene Davitashvili
  • Elene Janelidze
  • Khatia Tsetskhladze
  • Vika Darsalia
  • Manuchar Tsetskhladze
  • Mariam Gvasalia

The meeting will be moderated by Mariam Devidze, a human rights researcher at Ilia State University School of Law.

About the lesson

The aim of the lesson is for students to talk with students about basic human rights and freedoms on the Internet, on the importance of their protection, on necessity and mechanisms, ask interesting questions and engage in discussion.

On the Internet, adults are constantly exposed to hidden threats to which they are particularly vulnerable. Consumption of digital networks increases the number of crimes such as: harmful websites, dangerous relationships, computer viruses, cyberbullying, violence, blackmail, trafficking, incitement to suicide through online games, free access to information inappropriate for adults, misuse of personal information, etc. The human rights lesson will discuss how the Internet Space affects children's rights, which rights can be violated most often, and how adults can protect their own safety.

Time: December 10, 18:00 p.m.

Format: Remote, platform via zoom

Attendance: Free, with pre-registration

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