Spontaneous resistance from a patriarchal society or a pre-organized campaign? Who is responsible for the attack?
Stories of people from Azerbaijan and Armenia who suffered during the last war in Karabakh
A short video from a walk in the streets of Tskhinval, South Ossetia
Turkey nixes Istanbul Convention on prevention of violence against women. Why and what does this mean?
"Only 17% of respondents are against, and the president cannot overturn parliamentary decisions" - Turkey withdrew from the Istanbul Convention, commentary by opposition MP for JAMnews
The story of the constantly changing landscape of Georgia's Javakheti region
Business during a pandemic, Georgia: an economic crisis, but not for everyone. Six stories of how companies managed to find a niche, grow, achieve success and increase revenues
In Baku, feminists intended to hold a protest against domestic violence, the police harshly suppressed an attempt to hold the action
Report from Bakuriani on how the Georgian tourism industry is trying to survive
With a new slogan “Murders of women are political”, feminists in Azerbaijani try to draw attention to the facts of domestic violence in the country
In the 19th century, a unique lighthouse for the Russian Empire was created in France. Today in Abkhazia it has become a great attraction, although unfortunately it lays in complete desolation
Kids need eight minutes to reach their school
This is one of the most revered Abkhaz holidays, for which once a year the whole family gathers. The tradition of Azhyrnykhua this time had to be changed a little due to the pandemic
Stories on the strange projects of the past and today’s research of the well-known former scientific centre in Abkhazia
She talks about the terrifying day of her accident, but says it’s hard for her to let go of the trauma that’s totally changed her life
Locals fish, make delicious blue cheese and paint portraits of Rustaveli on the walls
Why women's rights are an unpopular topic in Azerbaijan, and where does this lead
Much is changing in Georgia, but women are still far from equality and freedom-stories of Liya Ukleba, Dina Oganova and Nene Kvinikadze
Mozart, Stalin, the end of the USSR, war, and classic music on vinyls sold at the flea market in central Tbilisi. Georgian writer Lasha Bughadze and stories of his family
Once a unique place might now turn into a "concrete jungle"
The summer season in the Black Sea town of Batumi in Georgia has ended. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, tourists only came from within Georgia. Local businesses have suffered losses
These two huge sanatoria used to belong to the Russian military. The Abkhaz authorities have since regained control of them, however, they have been unable to stop them decaying
“When I was younger and thought about having a baby, I said to myself: I will never go for it unless I get married. But time and age help one come to this decision”