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Georgia’s lost parents and sold children

A group in Georgia claims to have reunited 500 people sold by doctors as newborns with their biological families.

Georgia’s lost parents and sold children

By Tata Shoshiashvili

A group in Georgia claims to have reunited 500 people sold by doctors as newborns with their biological families.

30/01/2023

Plastic flowers at a funeral: small-town life under blockade

In the town of Chartar, in Nagorno-Karabakh, some local residents feel doubly cut off.

Plastic flowers at a funeral: small-town life under blockade

By Marut Vanyan

In the town of Chartar, in Nagorno-Karabakh, some local residents feel doubly cut off.

27/01/2023

Georgia’s (in)human rights strategy 

Georgia’s Human Rights Strategy for the next eight years lists many key vulnerable groups, but queer people have been removed.

Georgia’s (in)human rights strategy 

By Shota Kincha

Georgia’s Human Rights Strategy for the next eight years lists many key vulnerable groups, but queer people have been removed.

26/01/2023

Abandoned high-rises and housing assistance in Abkhazia

Struggling to make ends meet, some families in Abkhazia are demanding that the government help them escape cycles of rental and poverty.

Abandoned high-rises and housing assistance in Abkhazia

By OC Media

Struggling to make ends meet, some families in Abkhazia are demanding that the government help them escape cycles of rental and poverty.

23/01/2023

The Abkhaz blogger charged with treason for calling for unification

Daur Buava, a popular TikTok blogger, has been living in Tbilisi since 2021.

The Abkhaz blogger charged with treason for calling for unification

By Tata Shoshiashvili

Daur Buava, a popular TikTok blogger, has been living in Tbilisi since 2021.

9/01/2023

Food shortages spark creative New Year’s solutions in Nagorno Karabakh

From vegetable bouquets to mayonnaise pancakes, people in Nagorno-Karabakh found ways to greet the New Year despite produce shortages.

Food shortages spark creative New Year’s solutions in Nagorno Karabakh

By Arpi Bekaryan

From vegetable bouquets to mayonnaise pancakes, people in Nagorno-Karabakh found ways to greet the New Year despite produce shortages.

6/01/2023

‘Everyone will benefit, only we will suffer’: an Armenian village fights for its survival

A government-supported resort threatens to strip people in Aragatsotn of their land and livelihoods.

‘Everyone will benefit, only we will suffer’: an Armenian village fights for its survival

By Ani Avetisyan

A government-supported resort threatens to strip people in Aragatsotn of their land and livelihoods.

31/12/2022

Can a new generation of union leaders transform Armenia’s labour relations?

The legacy of the Soviet Union and unfriendly laws have left Armenia’s trade unions with a poor reputation and little history of effecting change. 

Can a new generation of union leaders transform Armenia’s labour relations?

By Ani Avetisyan

The legacy of the Soviet Union and unfriendly laws have left Armenia’s trade unions with a poor reputation and little history of effecting change. 

30/12/2022

OC Media’s 10 best articles of 2022

We look back at the predictions, investigations, and insights of the 10 best articles published on OC Media in 2022.

OC Media’s 10 best articles of 2022

By OC Media

We look back at the predictions, investigations, and insights of the 10 best articles published on OC Media in 2022.

18/12/2022

Nagorno-Karabakh under siege

With their lifeline to Armenia and the world cut off, some in Nagorno-Karabakh fear a looming humanitarian catastrophe.

Nagorno-Karabakh under siege

By Marut Vanyan

With their lifeline to Armenia and the world cut off, some in Nagorno-Karabakh fear a looming humanitarian catastrophe.