What kind of problems are facing children with disabilities in Georgia, and how can government contribute towards improving their situation?
On June 15, the Yerevan-Tbilisi-Batumi route will resume operating, Georgia's Minister of Economy has announced. Negotiations are also underway with the Azerbaijan Railways
With early parliamentary elections being scheduled for June 20, the pre-election campaign in Armenia has finally been launched. Here is all you need to know about the first forecasts and campaign violations
Court ruling allows 26 minors to leave Georgian Patriarchate's boarding school in Ninotsminda, Church officials promise to appeal
26 сhildren have been relocated from the Ninotsminda boarding house amid allegations of child abuse. The Georgian Patriarchate intends to appeal the ruling and stand up to "the liberals"
Chipping, infertility and mind control- those are just a few of the myths surrounding vaccination in Azerbaijan
Armenian Foreign Ministry and Ombudsman condemned Baku's treatment of the Armenian prisoners of war captured after the end of the second Karabakh war
With a large number of quotas, South Ossetian school graduates prefer Russian universities for their studies. Alan Parastaev explores why this is the case
16 minors will be relocated from Ninotsminda orphanage as social workers are finally allowed to enter the boarding school
Testimony of a former student of Ninotsminda orphanage reveals dark secrets of the boarding school run by Georgian Patriarchate
Georgia's Public Defender's Office has launched an investigation into four cases of alleged child abuse in Ninotsminda orphanage managed by the Georgian Patriarchate
Abkhazia's most famous female lawyer talks about career in law, family, and Abkhazia's legal practices
Inga Gabilaya, one of the most famous lawyers in Abkhazia talks about what it is like to be a female in a legal profession
Civil activists are rallying in Tbilisi in front of the government building and demand that the Public Defender be allowed access to an orphanage in Ninotsminda in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region.
44% of children have less than three books
Residents of Shukruti village demand compensation for houses destroyed as a result of ore mining and ask for help from the US Ambassador
After the second Karabakh war, an economic recession began in NK. But the Karabakh businessmen, despite all the difficulties, are trying to restore their production
Admission to universities in Georgia - how does the pandemic hinder or help?
Dagestani teenagers who danced the "dance of little swans" at the school party were harassed in public
Experts on the latest protests in Tbilisi, their scale and consequences