Mariam is a veteran journalist with over 10 years experience under her belt. She is passionate about gender equality and workers’ rights. Despite now being shackled behind a desk for most of the time, she can never sit still when something is happening and always goes to report from the ground. Mari lives with her cat Willie, who she is training to be a dog.
A short documentary about the aftermath of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War that looks at the conflict from the perspective of some of those who experienced it first hand.
After 30 days on hunger strike and two years of protests, residents of the mining village near Chiatura say their grievances have been addressed.
The residents of the Georgian village of Shukruti are demanding compensation for damage to their homes that they allege has been caused by mining.
Residents of Shukruti say their houses continue to collapse due to mining underneath, and neither the mining company nor the government is listening.
On Sunday, thousands gathered in the central Georgian city of Kutaisi to protest the construction of the nearby Namakhvani hydropower project.
An activist from the Shame Movement was fined $600 after being arrested while shouting anti-government slogans from a pavement outside parliament.
The veteran activist and journalist reflects on life in Akhalgori, her ongoing prosecution, and the Georgian Government’s approach to South Ossetia.