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.

The girl whose illegal marriage was prevented by police. (Photo: Gulnur Ragifgizi)
Gulnur Ragifgizi
18 Jul 11
As legislators sit on tough new legislation, girls increasingly married off to older men.
Armen Poghosyan
6 Jul 11
Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders can't agree how they would begin ending long-running dispute.
Funeral procession held in Abkhazia for the late president Sergei Bagapsh. (Photo: Anaid Gogoryan)
Anaid Gogoryan
6 Jun 11
With no clear front-runner in sight yet, any successor to the late President Bagapsh faces task of promoting Abkhazian interests in close but unequal relationship with Moscow.
Mushviq Aliyev, whose shop was demolished soon after he sold his home to buy it. (Photo: Gulnur Ragifgizi)
Gulnur Ragifgizi
17 May 11
Local government insists it has the right to clear shops to make way for road, but owners say they've been offered nothing in return.
Rebecca Vincent lifts a mask of Eynulla Fatullayev from her face, while other protesters look on. (Photo: Oliver Bullough)
21 Apr 11
London-based activists lend their support for Azeri journalist jailed on defamation charges.
Sergei Stepashin, head of Russia's audit chamber (left) with Nugzar Ashuba, speaker of the Abkhazian parliament. (Photo: Anaid Gogoryan)
Anaid Gogoryan
29 Jan 11
Russian audit chief finds no wrongdoing in Abkhazia’s use of development funds, but notes millions of dollars have yet to be accounted for.
Mary Aleksanyan
15 Jan 11
Criminals seek ways of avoiding serious charges while continuing to take women abroad for prostitution.
Vafa Mammadova
10 Feb 10
The Russian language is vanishing in Azerbaijan as the community dwindles.