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Voice | ‘Every afternoon I came home from school broken’

Narek, 29, from Stepanakert, describes how he was tormented at school while teachers often protected the abusers.

Voice | ‘Every afternoon I came home from school broken’

Narek, 29, from Stepanakert, describes how he was tormented at school while teachers often protected the abusers.

Azerbaijani woman attempts to take her own life after outcry over ‘vagina poster’

A criminal case was started for ‘incitement to suicide’ with several feminist activists and journalists being questioned. 

Azerbaijani woman attempts to take her own life after outcry over ‘vagina poster’

A criminal case was started for ‘incitement to suicide’ with several feminist activists and journalists being questioned. 

Opinion | A suicide that shook Azerbaijan

Despite outrage at the handling of a teen’s suicide, it is yet to be seen if real changes will be made to tackle the roots of the problem.

Opinion | A suicide that shook Azerbaijan

By Arzu Geybulla

Despite outrage at the handling of a teen’s suicide, it is yet to be seen if real changes will be made to tackle the roots of the problem.

Teen attacked in Baku for commemorating bullied schoolgirl

The 14-year-old girl was attacked by a 28-year-old man after she organised a commemoration for a schoolgirl who committed suicide after being bullied.

Teen attacked in Baku for commemorating bullied schoolgirl

The 14-year-old girl was attacked by a 28-year-old man after she organised a commemoration for a schoolgirl who committed suicide after being bullied.

Might makes right — bullying in Azerbaijan’s schools

Attitudes on violence, masculinity, and honour mean the toughest lessons are often forced on children on the school grounds.

Might makes right — bullying in Azerbaijan’s schools

By Vafa Zeynalova

Attitudes on violence, masculinity, and honour mean the toughest lessons are often forced on children on the school grounds.

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