Podcast | HIV in Georgia and Nakhchivan’s diminishing autonomy

30 November 2022
Nakhchivan State Customs Committee building. Photo: Azertag

Dustin Gilbreath, a non-resident senior fellow at CRRC Georgia, talks about the prevalence of HIV in Georgia and the stigma surrounding it, and a CRRC Georgia study that suggested that incentivising people to test for HIV and making tests more accessible can encourage more young people to self-test.

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Bahruz Samadov, a researcher at Charles University in Prague, discusses the future of the Nakhchivan exclave’s autonomous status within Azerbaijan following the arrest of several senior officials in the autonomous republic on charges of embezzlement. 

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