Georgia | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
GeorgiaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
For some, Narimanov is an inspirational role model. For others, he was a Communist traitor.
Hundreds of buildings are in dire need of restoration, but arguments continue over who has the authority to carry out works.
Those dependent on services financed by the Georgian government struggle to access care.
How women mobilised to care for the most vulnerable members of their already-stressed communities.
Calls for convicted killer to be handed over to serve sentence.
4 Jun 19
Five-day event set to go ahead despite security fears.
3 Jun 19
Questions remain over new legislation on how the country’s most senior judges will be selected.
3 May 19
Entries formally open to mark World Press Freedom Day.
24 Apr 19
Measles outbreak may be linked to wider disinformation campaign.
5 Apr 19
Amid the festivities, issues of integration and representation remain.
29 Mar 19
Treaty organisation will not allow Russia to influence accession.
31 Jan 19
Winning article follows the struggles of an ethnically-mixed village.
8 Dec 18
Specialists develop innovative tools for eco-friendly journalism.
27 Nov 18
Bruising rivalry between two political camps has led to an ugly war of words.
- Europe & Eurasia
- Latin America
- Middle East & North Africa
- Focus Pages
- Training & Resources
- Print Publications
- IWPR Spotlight
IWPR in the News
For almost three years, while her home city of Mosul was under occupation by so-called Islamic State (IS), Tahani Salih kept a daily diary documenting their crimes.
By Daniella Peled, IWPR Managing Editor