IWPR has worked throughout the Caucasus for more than a decade, managing a series of intensive training, mentoring, capacity-building and production projects and working with more than 1,200 media professionals at all levels throughout the region. IWPR’s regional focus shares information and builds professional links across community borders, helping to bridge the numerous conflict divides. Regional newspaper networks, local radio programming, conflict-sensitive reporting and investigative journalism projects all feed into public roundtables and conferences to extend public debate and drive impact.

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Outgoing prime minister Tigran Sargsyan. (Photo: Photolure agency)
11 Apr 2014
Tigran Sargsyan presided over unpopular reforms, and also worked on failed efforts to move closer to Europe.
Workers at Armenia's rubber factory demanding payment of wage arrears, February 2014. (Photo: Photolure agency)
11 Apr 2014
The Nairit factory is running up massive debts just by standing idle, but opposition politicians are unhappy with Rosneft’s acquisition plan.
8 Apr 2014
With Karabakh in mind, government votes against Moscow's annexation move.
Nagorny Karabakh. Some Armenians have seen events in Crimea as an inspiring precedent. (Photo: Blackwych/Flickr)
8 Apr 2014
In a United Nations vote on Crimea, Armenia found itself in a minority with the likes of North Korea and Cuba.
Protesters want to save a Tbilisi park from redevelopment. (Photo: Yana Israelyan)
1 Apr 2014
Protesters want city leaders to deny planning permission for seven-storey hotel.
31 Mar 2014
Critics of an already cautious scheme warn that allowing outsiders to buy homes carries unseen risks.
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