Shota Rustaveli Street appeared in the second largest city in Armenia, Gyumri, in the 1950s. Now, the street has been restored along with its old buildings
How do you explain to a person that you love them, but don’t ‘want’ them?
“Sometimes, husbands beat their wives” – head of Chechnya defends alleged killers of 23-year-old girl
Parents of the victim have publicly apologized to Chechen head Ramadan Kadyrov
Many LGBT individuals in Georgia are forced to leave the country, and their families face societal pressure
Men, women and gender relations in Georgia
The government has developed a stimulus programme for businesses affected by coronavirus – those who don’t qualify are finding ways to help themselves.
During the coronavirus pandemic, many transgender individuals ended up on the streets without food or shelter
The Georgian constitution of 1918 bears the signatures of five women. Who were they?
The main rules are: read the classics, sweep the streets and talk less
Mashtaga where almost nothing has changed
A woman who wrote an "indecent" poster later attempted suicide
The unauthorized march intended to draw public attention to the problem of domestic violence and gender discrimination
UN data shows 137 women die everyday at the hands of their family members or partners
The story of the inexplicable restrictions that divide life in Azerbaijan into male and female worlds
Once upon a time, these women dreamed of studying, but according to tradition, they were married early. Now they talk about how their lives have developed since then
Finding themselves laid off, these women learned to work with silver and make jewelry – they started their own business and are now advocating for women's rights
Quality? The scale of production? Technology? Answers from successful farmers
The victim’s wife was 19 years old; the marriage was given permission to go ahead by the local executive authority despite the official marriage being 18
Sevgia Ismayilova says she has been subjected to physical violence in her family since childhood
Should the ECHR side with Gviniashvili, the decision will be an unprecedented one for Georgia
A mountain trip suitable for anyone
A look at New Year’s celebrations from across the region in just 3 minutes