OC Media partners with a number of select regional media outlets and non-governmental groups to bring you the very best of their reporting, all in one place. We translate relevant content into English, Russian, and selected local languages, and work together to produce joint stories.
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Aliq Media is an independent non-profit media organisation based in Tbilisi, Georgia. As a web based radio and TV organisation, Aliq Media produces news and information in Armenian language.
Ampop is an Armenian-language data-driven website utilising explanatory journalism and data visualisation with a focus on socioeconomic issues in the country.
The Analyticon is a Stepanakert-based Armenian and Russian-language printed journal focusing on politics, economy, and social developments in the South Caucasus.
Chai Khana is a creative international media platform reaching women, rural communities, minority groups, and conflict-affected communities in the South Caucasus. This issue-driven multimedia platform aims to cover under-reported issues through human-focused storytelling.
Civil.ge is a daily online news service devoted to delivering quality news about Georgia. Civil.ge was founded by the UN Association of Georgia (UNAG) in 2001, and Publishes in three languages, Georgian, English, and Russian.
Daphne is a project from Armenia about women who have overcome hardships and challenges. Women who despite the blows of fate, despite deprivation and despair, were able to withstand their difficulties and move forward.
Daptar publishes stories in Russian about women and the challenges they face in Daghestan, focusing on domestic violence, early and forced marriages, honour killing, and gender discrimination.
Dosh is a printed journal covering the North Caucasus, first issued in 2003.
East Journal is an Italian newspaper covering central and eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
European.ge is a Georgian-language portal covering socio-economic issues in the country.
Global Voices is an international community of writers, bloggers and digital activists that curate, verify, and translate trending news and stories you might be missing on the Internet, from blogs, independent press, and social media in 167 countries.
Jnews publishes news and in-depth reports from southern Georgia’s Javakheti Region, in Russian and Armenian.
Kavkaz.Realii is a part of RFE/RL’s North Caucasus Service, reporting the news in one of the most violent and dangerous regions in the world, where media freedom and journalists remain under severe threat.
Kultura.az is an Azerbaijani-language portal on culture and art.
Liberali publishes news, in-depth reports, analysis, investigations, and opinions in Georgian from all over Georgia, focusing on topics like education, health-care, the environment, law, human rights, the economic environment, minorities, urban planning, and more.
Mediamax provides unique content from Armenia: news, analysis, exclusive interviews, and columns from local and international authors.
NOR is a radio station based in Ninotsminda Municipality in the Samtskhe–Javakheti region. It publishes news and reports in Russian and Armenian.
Open Democracy Russia (oDR) Publishes in English and Russian covering politics, civil society, human rights, and culture in Russia and the former Soviet states. oDR seeks to connect the region with the rest of the world and open up space for arguments censored or left behind.
news.on.ge offers news, reports, analysis, blogs and commentary in Georgian from Georgia and abroad.
Radio Marneuli covers stories from Marneuli Municipality, in the Kvemo Kartli region of southern Georgia in Georgian and Azerbaijani languages.
Radio Marsho is the Chechen-language branch of RFE/RL’s North Caucasus Service.
Samkhretis Karibche publishes news and reports in Georgian from all six municipalities of southern Georgia’s Samtskhe–Javakheti Region: Akhaltsikhe, Adigeni, Aspindza, Borjomi, Akhalkalaki, and Ninotsminda.
Women of Georgia gives a voice to the women whose opinions, feelings, dreams, aspirations, and achievements are conveyed by others, often the men around them. The project allows women to tell their own stories — in their own words.
The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) assist NGOs and lawyers in Russia, the Caucasus, and Ukraine take cases to the European Court of Human Rights.
CRRC Georgia (the Caucasus Research Resources Centre) is a non-governmental, non-profit research organisation, which collects, analyses and publishes policy relevant data on social, economic and political trends in Georgia.
The Human Rights Education and Monitoring Centre (EMC) is a non-governmental, non-profit human rights group working conducting research and advocacy in Georgia.
International Alert is a London-based non-profit organisation working with people directly affected by conflict to build lasting peace.
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso is a think tank focused on South-East Europe, Turkey and the Caucasus which was launched in the year 2000.
Peace Dialogue is a non-religious, non-political peacebuilding organisation founded in Armenia in 2009. The group unites experienced human rights and peace activists from Eastern Partnership countries, Russia, and Europe to encourage democratisation and peaceful resolution of conflicts.