Alina is an Armenia-based journalist who started her career in 2014 as an intern at News.am. Since then, she has worked on TV, for online newspapers, and has contributed to magazines. She sees herself as a prolific story-teller and values the ways stories are told. Her interests include human rights, gender stereotypes, and political communication.
Alla is a gender researcher and activist. She has been a member of the Georgian Young Greens for five years and currently works for the Equality Movement as a project coordinator.
Anna Bianca Roach
Anna Bianca Roach is a graduate of conflict studies and a women’s rights-focused journalist based in Yerevan, Armenia.
Anna is a coordinator at the Coalition to Stop Violence against Women, founder of FemLibrary Armenia, and chairs the board at FRIDA — the Young Feminist Fund.
Archil is a researcher and co-founder at the Centre for Systemic Political Research (CSPR). He is an editor for the Georgian Journal of Systemic Politics (GJSP) and an invited lecturer at Tbilisi State University.
Armine Avetisyan is a print and broadcast journalist from Armenia who has covered social and political issues in the country since 2007. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA).
Arzu Geybulla is a freelance writer originally from Azerbaijan, currently based in Istanbul.
Bahruz is an activist from Azerbaijan’s Nida Civil Movement and is a PhD candidate at Charles University in Prague.
Bakar Berekashvili is a professor of Political Science and Sociology at the Georgian American University in Tbilisi.
Benedikt is an Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellow at the Centre for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC and Assistant Professor at the Russian East European Eurasian Studies Centre (REEES) at the University of Graz, Austria.