Much is changing in Georgia, but women are still far from equality and freedom-stories of Liya Ukleba, Dina Oganova and Nene Kvinikadze
Gender and sex
“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”
"People in Armenia are sitting in the trenches of their own way of thinking, shooting at each other from different angles. Things can’t be changed this way"
Kidnapping of 17-year-old girl in Azerbaijan makes social media headlines 5 months later – police and family statements contradict each other
The 17-year-old girl was kidnapped in March, and her family says they have been unable to speak to her since
Indirect data and human rights activists confirm the of early marriage problem remains serious
The sacrifices families are ready to make for the sake of a ‘pure blood line’
Miscarriage and stillbirth are uncommon topics in Georgian society
How do you explain to a person that you love them, but don’t ‘want’ them?
Stories from those who were not afraid to come out
“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?
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