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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Mirzabey Mirzayev says his land was seized to build a holiday resort. (Photo: Gular Mehdizade)
8 Feb 2014
Progress slow in legal challenge to state takeover of farms to build prestige project.
Georgia's deputy prisons minister Archil Talakvadze (left). (Photo: Georgian prisons ministry website)
7 Feb 2014
Cut-price medication for many patients, and free treatment for the prison population.
Armenian officer cadets. The government suspects that many less willing recruits go abroad to study instead. (Photo: Photolure agency)
7 Feb 2014
Officials say refundable payment will deter those going abroad merely to escape army service.
Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan. (Photo: Photolur agency)
5 Feb 2014
Serzh Sargsyan’s private trip to South Korea becomes news story.
Tbilisi city council chairman Irakli Shikhiashvili. (Photo: Tbilisi assembly website)
1 Feb 2014
Ruling party using its control of Tbilisi’s elected assembly to pressure mayoral office.
The late Isa Shahmarli (Photo:
31 Jan 2014
Gay people often shunned by friends and relatives as well as wider society.
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