Kato Mikeladze


We and the National Congress

1917 year, newspaper "Voice of a Georgian Woman", author: Kato Mikeladze.
Kato responds to the National Congress, where she was denied to read her speech.

Kato Mikeladze: Unknown Stories of Georgian Feminism

South Caucasus Regional Office published a book "Kato Mikeladze: Unknown Stories of Georgian Feminism" to introduce Kato Mikeladze, a feminist activist of the early 20th century to a wider public and spread the word about the heritage she contributed to the local feminist thought.

Kato Mikeladze

1878-1942 / Journalist, public figure. Kato went to Europe to study in 1906. After graduating from Brussels University with a degree in social and political sciences, she settled in Paris, where she remained until 1915, familiarizing herself with the experience of the women's movement in Europe.

By Lela Gaprindashvili