A Study of University Students' Mental Health and Their Access to Mental Health Services

The study was conducted by the Child Rights Centres established at seven State Universities

Mental Health


UNICEF, in partnership with seven state universities and the CRCs, initiated the research on mental health among university students to gain in-depth understanding of students’ mental health needs and their access to the respective services as one of the fundamental child rights. In total 2995 students participated in the research using global quantitative instrument and 21 in-depth interviews were conducted. In addition, the students increased their capacity in conducting the qualitative research, including selection of sample size, data entry, etc. The collected data has been analyzed through human rights lens. The research findings and recommendations will be presented in Georgia parliaments in partnership with Parliament Committee on Sport and Youth Affairs in early 2023.

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Georgian, English

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