Eto Gvritishvili is a policy analyst at the Civil Society Institute. She joined the CSI team in 2021 and her work is focused on supporting policy changes for advancing social entrepreneurship in Georgia.
Eto has extensive experience working in the public and non-governmental sectors on human rights in different capacities: litigating strategic cases, organizing local and international advocacy, or just as an activist. She is the author of several reports and researches on human rights.
Eto Gvritishvili holds her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in law from Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University. She is also a Fulbright grantee and has got her LL.M in International Law and Human Rights from the University of Colorado-Boulder. Eto also was an Edmund Muskie fellow at Human Rights Watch’s New York office where she gained additional experience working on human rights and international law.