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Opinion | Queer women in the North Caucasus — doubly powerless

Queer women in the North Caucasus are a group who desperately need more visibility.

Opinion | Queer women in the North Caucasus — doubly powerless

By Ekaterina Petrova

Queer women in the North Caucasus are a group who desperately need more visibility.

13/03/2018

Opinion | Armenia’s female councillors were abused for challenging the patriarchal political system

Gendered violence against female councillors has sparked public resistance against Armenia’s patriarchal ruling regime.

Opinion | Armenia’s female councillors were abused for challenging the patriarchal political system

By Anna Nikoghosyan

Gendered violence against female councillors has sparked public resistance against Armenia’s patriarchal ruling regime.

14/02/2018

Opinion | To answer Georgia’s homophobia we need a more united front against hate

Queer rights activism has come a long way in Georgia, but faced with rising homophobia, cooperation within the movement is crucial now more than ever.

Opinion | To answer Georgia’s homophobia we need a more united front against hate

By Natia Gvianishvili

Queer rights activism has come a long way in Georgia, but faced with rising homophobia, cooperation within the movement is crucial now more than ever.

12/01/2018

27/12/2017

Opinion | Georgia’s labour reforms do little to fix the country’s deadly workplaces

Georgia’s workers need laws to force employers to take their safety seriously, and an inspection department with the clout to back them up.

Opinion | Georgia’s labour reforms do little to fix the country’s deadly workplaces

By Raisa Liparteliani

Georgia’s workers need laws to force employers to take their safety seriously, and an inspection department with the clout to back them up.

11/12/2017

Opinion | The Abkhazia and South Ossetia conflicts are not just about Russia

The only way out of the stalemate in the conflicts is to start paying attention to the Abkhazian and South Ossetian experience.

Opinion | The Abkhazia and South Ossetia conflicts are not just about Russia

By Archil Sikharulidze

The only way out of the stalemate in the conflicts is to start paying attention to the Abkhazian and South Ossetian experience.

5/12/2017

20/11/2017

7/11/2017

20/10/2017

Opinion | Lack of care and forethought hold back Tbilisi’s development projects

Tbilisi and its inhabitants are accustomed to major renovations at election times — a ‘tradition’ for politicians and city administrations. Such timely expressions of care for the city started under the United National Movement and have continued with Georgian Dream.

Opinion | Lack of care and forethought hold back Tbilisi’s development projects

By Irakli Zhvania

Tbilisi and its inhabitants are accustomed to major renovations at election times — a ‘tradition’ for politicians and city administrations. Such timely expressions of care for the city started under the United National Movement and have continued with Georgian Dream.

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