Кавказ | Institute for War and Peace Reporting



Это программа действует на северном и южном Кавказе для журналистов печатной медии с целю повышения профессиональных стандартов и осведомленности по вопросам защиты прав человека, коррупции и правления, а также улучшения коммуникации внутри региона, который разделен конфликтами и разногласием.


Yerevan voters at the polls, May 5, 2013. (Photo: Anahit Hayrapetyan)
Vahe Harutyunyan
13 May 13
President's party to control capital, as opposition groups claim electoral fraud.
Russian army outpost in the mountains of Dagestan, March 2008. (Photo: Sergey Pyatakov/RIA Novosti/Wikimedia Commons)
IWPR Caucasus
23 Apr 13
Russia has opted for authoritarian local leaders, rather than risk losing control of its southern frontier.
Aftermath of bomb attack on the Boston marathon. (Photo: Aaron Tang/Flickr)
19 Apr 13
Attackers identified as Chechens from Russian North Caucasus, though their motives remain unclear.
Akhaltsikhe is the main town of Samtskhe-Javakheti, a region of Georgia with a substantial population of ethnic Armenians. (Photo: Maia Ivelashvili)
Sopho Bukia
22 Mar 13
For some politicians, allowing official use of minority languages is first step towards separatism.
IWPR Georgia
21 Mar 13
Video from November 2012 conference.
Work on the Anaklia resort has stopped pending a review of whether it makes sense. (Photo: Oliver Bullough)
Nino Gerzmava
14 Dec 12
Plans for whole new city shelved, but port may yet be built.
Georgians protesting against prison abuse. (Photo: Nino Gvedashvili)
Teo Bichikashvili
21 Sep 12
Leaked video of abuses comes as bombshell for government fighting for re-election.
Hilal Mammadov. (Courtesy of Mammadov family)
Idrak Abbasov
29 Jun 12
Drug charges follow well-worn pattern.
Richard Giragosian, director of the Regional Studies Centre in Yerevan. (Photo courtesy of R. Girogasian)
Richard Giragosian
27 Mar 12
Armenian residents still as determined as ever to win international acceptance.
Critics of new hydroelectric dam projects argue that there are lessons to be learned from the Jinvali scheme, northeast of Tbilisi. (Photo: Tamar Tabatadze)
Natia Kuprashvili
5 Mar 12
Officials say hydroelectric schemes vital to economic development, but critics argue environmental and human costs are too high.