Caucasus

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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Georgian officials are fond of up-market vehicles, in black if possible. These ones are outside the State Chancellory. (Photo: IWPR)
24 Jan 2014
Swanky cars and iPhones for government staff seen as excessive at a time when money is tight.
Images that appear to show Azerbaijani fighters in Syria, taken from video on FIsyria.com, a Russian-language jihadi website.
24 Jan 2014
Religious affiliation – Shia or Sunni – determines which side volunteers take.
Armenian energy minister Armen Movsisyan (left) with Gazprom head Aleksei Miller after the signing ceremony. (Photo: Gazprom)
24 Jan 2014
Critics say deal gives Kremlin political as well as economic leverage.
20 Jan 2014
Highest appeals court disputes ombudsman’s findings, and insists bribery is punished, not encouraged.
A protest in Yerevan in November 2013, after which politician Shant Harutyunyan was arrested. (Photo: Photolure)
18 Jan 2014
Court orders Shant Harutyunyan to be detained for compulsory testing after he called for revolution.
17 Jan 2014
United National Movement has survived two election defeats to become serious opposition force.
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