Tamuna is a freelance journalist and a professional photographer. With a keen interest in social issues, she focuses on labour rights and disability and gender-related problems.
Voice | ‘We are all tired, but we shouldn’t give up’
Georgian doctor Nino Kvirtia talks about fighting both the coronavirus and the accompanying disinformation.
How Georgia’s Emergency Services abandoned a paramedic left paralysed at work
Left paralysed after an ambulance crash, paramedic Inga Dundua has been forced to fight the Emergency Services at every step of her rehabilitation.
Investors: Georgia’s Nenskra Dam violates Svan rights
The EBRD found the project to be ‘non-compliant’ with its standards.
Georgia's sick left in agony as affordable medications disappear
One woman was forced to pawn her jewellery to afford life-saving medication for her mother.
Georgia’s women farmers battle a changing climate
As women start to take a new role in Georgia’s agriculture, climate change threatens their accomplishments.
‘Life shouldn’t be a luxury’ — a Georgian woman’s struggle to afford life-saving cancer treatment
Despite partial government-funding for cancer treatment in Georgia, for society’s most vulnerable, the remaining costs can still be insurmountable.
‘Dutch-made’ rapid tests sold to Georgia were relabelled Chinese tests
The Georgian Government purchased 30,000 COVID-19 rapid tests supposedly made by Dutch biotechnology firm Inzek.
Voice | The women on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic
Three women employed in women-led fields share their experiences of life and work in a pandemic.
No place for transgender people in Georgia’s labour market
The chronic instability of Georgia's workplaces meets social stigma
Inside Georgia’s textile industry: Part III — Control
Investigative journalist Tamuna Chkareuli goes undercover as an employee at a high-tech textile factory in Poti.