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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.
7 Nov 18
Even a decade later, Tbilisi and its allies can strengthen their deterrence and resilience.
21 May 18
What was behind the demonstrations that led to the brink of “civil war”?
31 Oct 17
Regional stations continue to play a key role addressing local issues and reaching community audiences.
1 Jun 17
Investigative reporter forcibly returned to unknown fate at hands of security services.
2017 Women's Day
8 Mar 17
Platform helps activists and writers from conflict regions come together.
16 Feb 17
In its fourth year, competition identifies outstanding submissions on conflict-related issues.
2 Feb 17
State takes immediate action to outlaw practice and raise public awareness.
4 Nov 16
Authorities say they were unaware that minority group was carrying out the procedure.
7 Oct 16
Landmark vote comes four years after the country’s first peaceful transfer of power following independence.
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