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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Georgia's justice minister Tea Tsulukiani. (Photo: Georgian justice ministry).
22 Dec 2013
Anger at government backtracking on pledge to review past convictions.
Vardan Gevorgyan, head of the PSI company in Armenia. (Photo courtesy of V. Gevorgyan)
19 Dec 2013
Academic focus used to be on pure research, but now the country needs ideas that can feed into manufacturing.
 Anar Mammadli, head of the Election Monitoring and Democracy Study Centre in Azerbaijan. (Photo: EMDS)
18 Dec 2013
Western diplomats join local rights groups in questioning tax evasion charges against Anar Mammadli.
Environmentalists fear that too many hydroelectric dams will destroy Armenia's ecosystem. This is the Tatev power station in the south of the country. (Photo: Photolure agency)
17 Dec 2013
Too many dams will dry up rivers downstream, they warn.
Poster of Heydar Aliyev in Sumgait. The words say "I will be in Azerbaijan forever”. (Photo: Shahla Sultanova)
17 Dec 2013
Ten years after his death, Heydar Aliyev still looms large over the country.
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