Podcast | North Caucasians face discrimination at the Georgian border and femicide in Georgia

12 October 2022
Activists during an anti-femicide protest in Tbilisi in May 2022. Mariam Nikuradze/OC Media.

In this week’s episode of the Caucasus Digest, Robin Fabbro talks to Bulat Khalilov and Timur Kodzoko, independent researchers from Nalchik and the founders of Ored Recordings, about the discrimination North Caucasians have experienced attempting to cross the Georgian border.

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Salome Khvedelidze talks about femicide in Georgia, and what the country should be doing to curb violence against women.

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