Dustin is the Deputy Research Director at CRRC Georgia.
Originally from Toronto, Canada, Dvin has been living in Armenia for the past 19 years. After many years of working soul-crushing jobs, she finally took a risk and quit to pursue her flirtation with writing. After working as a freelance consultant, copyeditor, and translator for a year, she joined OC Media in the autumn of 2019 covering everything Armenia. She is also proud of her side gig as a full-time mum of two little boys.
Ekaterina Petrova is a psychologist and queer rights activist born in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria. She has led several projects for the Russian LGBT Network.
Ekaterina Anchevskaya is a Russian documentary photographer and filmmaker, currently based in Tbilisi. She has been working on stories in Russia, the Caucasus, and Turkey.
Elene is a Junior Researcher at CRRC Georgia.
Eto Gagunahvili is a Junior Researcher at CRRC Georgia.
Gayane is an award-winning freelance journalist from Armenia. She focuses on political, social, health, economic, and human rights issues and believes that human-oriented stories are the most important form of journalism. Along with OC Media, her writing has appeared on IWPR, Chai Khana, and Jam News.
Giorgi is a spokesperson and executive committee member of the Georgian Young Greens. He has been involved in queer, feminist, left-wing, and green activism since 2017.
Giorgi Tabagari is a queer activist from Tbilisi and one of the organisers of Tbilisi Pride. He has worked for a number of local and international organisations across Europe, primarily focusing on the media, queer human rights, and EU affairs.
Giorgi is a Tbilisi-based artist and curator focused on social and political stories. His work has appeared in exhibitions across Europe and Georgia. He is the founder of the Untitled Gallery in Tbilisi.