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NEW CITIZEN

Nino Baqradze

Today, Bidzina Ivanishvili introduced his newly launched Non-governmental organization Citizen to public and answered the questions of Journalists.

CASE NAMED: ‘’TWO DEAD BODIES’’

Nino Baqradze

Vano Merabishvili’s request to bring him two bodies in exchange of ‘high bonus’’ became the turmoil in Georgian politics everyday life.

JUDICIAL PROCESS OF "N!DA" CONTINUES

Aygul Mehman

Judicial process of the members of "N!DA" Civil Movement and “Free Youth” Organization, at Court of Grave Crimes continues in Baku.

ARMENIA DIDN’T BETRAY UKRAINE

Ani Mejlumyan

Armenian Ambassador in Ukraine explained Armenia’s position during March 27 UN voting where Armenia voted against of Crimean referendum illegality.

CRIMEA AND OTHER ‘GRAY AREAS’ IN CAUCASUS

Ani Mejlumyan

Every conflict in the world directly or indirectly affects the regions close to the conflict area. When the world is over-concentrated on the West’s opinion, Caucasus seems to be one of the closest regions with many ‘gray areas’ (conflict zones).

SERJ SARGSYAN WON’T RUN FOR A THIRD TERM

Ani Mejlumyan

The president of Armenia officially announced that he never again will run for a president seat of the state. During the meeting with the commission of Constitutional reforms on April 10 the incumbent president said:"I am convinced that a man in his life, more than twice shouldn't aspire to be the head of the country, in Armenia.”

NEW PM OF ARMENIA

Ani Gabrielyan

Armenia now has a new Prime Minister. Hovik Abrahamyan, who is a member of the ruling Republican Party and the Speaker of the National Assembly of Armenia (NA) has become the 13th Prime minister of Armenia.

MASS PROTESTS IN ARMENIA

Karen Tovmasyan

The three leading opposition forces of Armenia which are Armenian National Congress, Prosperous Armenia, and Heritage parties continue their mass protests in the regions of Armenia before the pan-national rally on October 10 in Yerevan.

EREBUNI-YEREVAN 2796

Karen Tovmasyan

Yerevan city councill will be spending 321 000 dollars ( 130 000 000 drams) for celebrations of the 2769 years of Yerevan

CITIZENS OF ARMENIA CAN GET US VISA EASILY

Anushik Avetyan

Citizens of Armenian Republic will get visa to United States easily, - announced the minister of Foreign Affairs Edvard Nalbandyan during Government session.

VOTING IN MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ENDS IN AZERBAIJAN

Nezaket Zeynalli

Voting process in municipal elections in Azerbaijan was completed at 19.00 on 23 December. The head of the Information Center of the Central Election Commission Rufat Gulmammadov said that voter turnout in the municipal elections in Azerbaijan was 38.93 percent.

ERDOGAN DECLARED CONTRACEPTION AS "TREASON"

Nezaket Zeynalli

Turkish President Erdoğan addressed the bride and groom at the wedding ceremony. He advised the newlyweds that using birth control methods was a betrayal to Turkey's ambition to make itself a flourishing nation with a growing young population.

ARMENIAN BILLIONAIRE GAGIK TSARUKIAN TAKES THE CHALLENGE

Karen Tovmasyan

"Political actor Gagik Tsarukyan has become a pest for our state, and this is natural. A person who controls mechanism needed for participating in political processes but has low mental ability automatically becomes an obstacle to any development.”

EMIGRATING ARMENIA

Karen Tovmasyan

Emigration crisis still remains one of the most major topics of the Armenian political agenda.During the pan-national rally of the three leading opposition forces on October 10 the country's first president Levon Ter-Petrosian stated high emigration level becomes real danger to the national security.

WOMEN IN POLITICS: RULING STEREOTYPES

Lilit Kochinyan

Only 17 out of 866 rural communities in Armenia are headed by women. From 4888 council members only 353 are women, which is only 7.2%. There are no female Governors and City Mayors, and none of the 12 communities of Yerevan have female leaders or deputies.

SERIES OF ATTACKS ON POLITICAL AND CIVIL ACTIVISTS IN ARMENIA

Karen Tovmasyan

The situation with the human rights violations in Armenia raised some concerns after a number of attacks on political and civil activists. Since the early December six activists and politicians were beaten and transported to hospitals, cars of 7 activists were fired the same night in different places.

WE ARE THE CHANGE MAKERS

Anushik Avetyan

“It is very difficult to live in Armenia from the moment you are born, you have been put into the certain role by your parents, relatives and circles and as soon as you understand you do not want to be put into certain limits and you try to break those limits you are facing a lot”.

NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR IRAN AND ARMENIA

Karen Tovmasyan

The diplomatic success on April 2 in the Swiss city of Lausanne over the Iranian nuclear program and the reaching of an agreement between Iran from one side and the six world powers (USA, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany) from the other, changed the diplomatic climate and can have a decisive impact on the Middle East and Caucasus region.

EUROPEAN WOMEN IN POLITICS

Alim Alyev

Women appear in European politics since 20th century. French politician Elisabeth Guigou claims that home care prevent women from making their career in politics.

WHAT DO VOTERS EXPECT

Ulkar Salamova, Anna Makharadze, Teote Chakvetadze

What do voters expect from these elections?

PRE-ELECTION EVENTS: HOW THEY AFFECTED VOTERS’ DECISIONS?

Dato Msakhuradze, Fatima Karimova, Natia Kurdadze, Javid Ramazanov

Georgian citizens go to elections to define their future. Today, 8 October 2016, after a very tense pre-election week Georgian citizens went to polling stations in order to figure out who they want to see in parliament seats in the next term.

15-MINUTE DELAY

Tatia Shaishmelashvili

The chairperson of the "European Georgia" was not allowed at the polling station # 26 in Marneuli.

DONORS GIVE MORE THAN 10 MILLION

Suliddin Baghirov

“Georgian Dream” is the largest receiver of donations. Financial contribution from the individuals and legal entities makes up 93% of the total amount - 10,319,998 GEL.

NO ACCREDITATION

Ulkar Natiqqizi

At polling station 49 in Marneuli, an 18-year- old boy with no accreditation stood right in front of the voting list.

NON-POLITICAL PROGRAMS AS METHOD OF PROPAGANDA

Manana Ghoghoberidze

Political life is a highway from election to election. The main goal is to hold the positions The choice is made at the ballot box, but election candidates prepare in front of the TV box.

THEIR ATTITUDE WILL CHANGE

Javid Ramazanov

Interview with Vladimer (Lado) Vardosanidze. He is an architect-urbanist, a professor at the Georgian Technical University. Lado’s professional interests include: urbanization, urban culture, protection of urban heritage, social and cultural aspects of urban development.

UNFORSEEN SUPPORT

Ekaterine Kharbedia; Tako Kvachantiradze

"It was a tottally unexpected to feel this strong support during the pre-election period."

ELECTIONS IN VAZIANI

Aygun Rashidova, Duygu Gasimli

What Vaziani residents expect from the Local Elections.

A GLIMPSE OF HOPE FOR CHANGES ON AKHALKALAKI PEOPLE’S FACES

The residents of Akhalkalaki region are expecting some changes after the Presidential Elections in Georgia. Education, infrastructure, relations with Russia and Armenia are among the most important problems that Akhalkalaki residents list when they talk about the major concerns in their region.

AZERBAIJAN GOVERNMENT INCREASES PRICE ON OIL

Asim Jalilov

Azerbaijan government increases price on oil. By the decision Tariff Council from on December 3, 2013 years retail price of gasoline and diesel fuel, also wholesale price of some oil products were raised.

EAT, PRAY AND BEG TOGETHER…

Ruzan Gishyan

Ajbe, Amina, Nabat, Zarina, Kaka, Omar, Abida, Zeytun and other children are on Rustaveli Avenue from early morning. It’s usual for them to ask or demand money, hit people and steal food from pedestrians.

HOW SOCIAL MEDIA AFFECTS TRADITIONAL JOURNALISM

Vusala Hasratli

Social media is becoming source of information for the all over the world. Some Journalists from South Caucasus agree with this opinion. And they use different social networks while doing their journalistic works.

MODERN LIFE VS SEXUAL LIFE

Gayan Simonian

New media platforms and new lifestyle affect sexual life and behavior. More than 15.000 people were polled about their sexual life. Researchers say that financial worries, daily problems, distractions of Social Media prevent people from having sex frequently.

FOCUS OF THE WEEK-NATIONALISTS' MOVEMENT IN GEORGIA

Ani Gabrielyan

Within a year there were many protest actions of some nationalist groups for the rights of Georgians and against migrants. What they do and did, what is the impact of it and their demand.

DOCUMENTARY LIFE IN GEORGIA

Ruzan Gishyan

Topic of the show is documentary film producing and presenting in Georgia, film festivals and competitions. How much developed there are and what are main gaps in this area.

NEW YEAR ONCE, NEW YEAR TWICE

Nino Japaridze

I was always wondering about my family which was celebrating the New year for twice. First On December 31, and then on January 13th.

SYNTHETIC DRUGS = DEATH

Asim Jalilov

Health researchers have claimed that those who experiment with legal highs are "dancing in a minefield" as they highlight a leap in the number of recent deaths in Britain connected with the synthetic drugs.

THE MOST PHOTOGRAPHED PLACES IN THE WORLD

Hasmik Soghomonyan

Google is measuring the most photographed places in the world. It's called SightsMap and it uses Google Map's Panaramio platform, Wikipedia and FourSquare to determine what everyone is taking photos of these days.

LIMITED EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Tamta Tvalavadze

Qeti Chigladze, 34, from Qutaisi, the first group disabled person, movies with wheelchair, lives in Qutaisi. At the age of 16, as a result of incorrect treatment of spine disease she moved with crutches, but seven years ago due to complicated health conditions she had to move eventually with wheelchair.

LIVING IN FREEDOM IS HARDER

Vusala Ahmedova

“First 2-3 weeks after my release from the prison were very difficult for me, I could not adapt to people”, says Maria,former prisoner.

RIGHT OF PRIVACY

Vusala Ahmedova

Every citizen of Azerbaijan Republic is granted the right on Personal Immunity. According to Azerbaijan Constitution any interference on privacy is penalized. Though the law is rarely protected in the country.

ARMENIA IS STEPPING A NEW STAGE OF POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS

Karen Tovmasyan

During the March 1st rally of Armenian National Congress opposition party the leader of the party, the 1st president of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosian (1991-1998) in a speech addressed to his supporters describing the political situation of Armenia said that there is an “extremely favorable moment for the regime change” also stressing that no one party alone can bring change to Armenia.

WORKING OR LIVING AS A MOTHER

Ruzan Gishyan

Four-years embroidery doll has been living with Syuzi and Meline in their room. Syuzi made it with her own hands at school. Sisters prepare their homework every day, take a rest and also find time to help their mother.

VOLUNTEER SUPPORT TO GANUN

Vusala Hasratli

Five months ago Audit Department of Azerbaijan Ministry of Taxes took the documents and computers of Ganun Publishing House on expertise.

HOLIDAY OF FLOWERS" FOR 60 MLN MANAT

Tural Ibadov & Vusale Ahmedova

"Holiday of flowers" was held in Baku during a week. As every year, "Holiday of flowers" was held in Baku in may, 10. Holiday began to be celabrated from 2004 year and connected with the day of birth of former Azerbaijan prezident Haydar Aliyev.

WINE FESTIVAL

Hasmik Hayrapetyan

This is what we call a wine festival. Museum of Ethnography, beautiful nature, people of different ages, music, free wine. It was not only a wine festival, but it can be easily called as a family festival.

EXPENSIVE SCHOOL GRADUATION

Hasmik Soghomonyan

25 000 pupils are celebrating their graduation from schools in Armenia on May 23. Sunny day is full of noise of car signals and graduates voices in Yerevan, heralding for the holiday.

JOURNALISTS AND SOCIAL NETWORKS

Vusala Hasratli

Number of worldwide social networks users is growing rapidly. Nielsen Research Center report shows that nearly 4 in 5 active Internet users visit social networks and blogs. Also according to statistics 58% of people use social networks in the world.

WHERE DO WE GO AFTER SCHOOL?

Hasmik Soghomonyan

School graduation examinations will be held in Armenia in the time period of June 3-28. During those 3 weeks pupils will have to take 9 exams: Biology, Geography, World History, Armenian language and literature, Physics, Mathematics, Armenian History, Russian and foreign language.

Unseen Tutors

Hasmik Soghomonyan

As the hot season of school graduation and university entrance exams is approaching, pupils are getting more stressed, parents more concerned, and teachers are impatient about the end of academic year to enjoy the long awaited holiday. As for tutors – they are busier than ever before.

THE LAST HOUSE IN A NEIGHBORHOOD

Vusal Azizov

As Baku prepares to host first European Games 2015, scheduled to begin on June 12th next year, new infrastructural projects in the capital gain momentum.

ONLY 20 KHRUSHOVKAS ARE PLANNED TO REPAIRED IN 2014

Giorgi Parkosadze

In the middle of an ordinary Tbilisi suburb, there is a building that used to have three porches. It was built in the late 1950s along with hundreds of other four- or five-story buildings called Khrushovkas. As you approach the building, problems become visible.

OFFERS AND GAPS

Ani Mejlumyan

There are 2, 514 registered websites in Armenia and 227 are in focused on Sport, Health and Recreation. To start online media project all you need to do is to pay $100 for domain annual fee. There are 4 major sports websites in Armenia: Armsport.am, Sport.news.am, Totalfootnall.am and Armfootball.com.

FORMER FINANCE OFFICER STRUGGLES FOR JUSTICE

Jasur Mammadov

Former MajorRenat Yusufov, serving as a finance officer in the Azerbaijan Armed Forces, now resides in jail # 2 in Baku. Now he declares he has witnessed number of illegal operations at the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan.

LANDLESS MUSICIAN

Kamil is smoking and watching the crowd. There are a lot of young people– with colored hair and tatoo, in fancy dresses and torn jeans, with guitars or cardboard coffee cups in hands.

DO YOU HAVE A GIRL?

Lilit Nurijanyan

In the end of August people started to post on Facebook photos of their daughters with the hashtag #FlashmobAgainstSelectiveAborts.

CASCADE SIGHTSEEING IN YEREVAN

CASCADE SIGHTSEEING IN YEREVAN

Many of my foreigner friends when planning to visit Yerevan ask me what is the best spot in Yerevan to hangout. Of course pubs and open-air cafes, museums and parks are coming to my mind to recommend them. But there is one special spot, which is the best part of modern Yerevan. It is Cascade.

MOTIVATION FOR YOUNG FILMMAKERS

Nigar Musavi

Half-naked young man is bandaging his hands and saying: “Wait... Wait a little, I will be ready soon”. He isn't injured – he's just a cameraman and doesn't want the camera to slip in his sweaty hands. Baku. July 2013, +44C, underground garage, film shooting. Young director Rufat Hasanov gets nervous, he can't shoot the scene as he had wished.

SOVETSKI

Shanhnaz Hasanova

The old part of Baku known as SOVETSKI is being demolished now.Officials claim that this residential area needs to be reconstruction, because of the poor infrastructural condition of the buildings. However many residents refuse to sell their property move from the old, historical part of Baku.

NEW VISA OBSTACLES FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Tamta Tvalavadze

Kamil Sungurov, 21, is a native of Dagestan and thus a citizen of the Russian Federation. He is a fourth-year student in Tbilisi State University’s faculty of Caucasian Studies, thanks in part to funding from the Georgian Ministry of Education.

INVISIBLE CHILDREN

Gunel Safarova

Without state registration papers, many beggar children in the streets of Azerbaijan do not officially exist.

LIMITED SOCIAL SPACE

Teona Goderzishvili

Experts say that as many as 95 percent of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia can function as well as any other person if they receive proper treatment. But Georgians with this diagnosis often do not have access to such treatment.

IN VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF) IN GEORGIA

Lala Aliyeva; Gunel Safar

The world's first "test tube baby" was born in Great Britain in 1978. The first child with the help of In Vitro Fertilization in Georgia was born 15 years ago. Despite that IVF helps to five million couples to become parents in the world, the Church in Georgia is against of it.

DRUM SCHOOL IN TBILISI

Sona Simonyan

Giorgi Vartanov is a founder of the school, opened 4 years ago. In Drum School Giorgi teaches children drums and percussion . School band perform in different events.

INSPIRED BY EMOTIONS

Sona Simonyan

Levan Ochkhikidze, a graphic-artist works with mixed media – drawing, painting, illustration, and digital art.

HOMOPHOBIA IS BEING REGARDED AS FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN ARMENIA

Karen Tovmasyan

According to the Armenian court publishing blacklists of homosexuals or their supporters and calls to isolated them from the society, fire from their jobs and don't even greet them in the street is not a hate speech, but is an expression of freedom of speech.

CONTEXT OVER CONCEPT

Sona Simonyan

“As Frank Gehryn said, “in the world we live in, 98 % of modern architecture is pure shit,” says Ashot. Ashot and Armine Snkhchyans are young architects, a couple working and living together since they graduated from the same university in 2012.

TECHNICAL INSPECTION DEADLINE

Giorgi Parkosadze

Due to the EU association agreement, signed last year, Georgia must pass regulations to get closer to European standards.

REISLAMISATION IN AZERBAIJAN: STREAMS AND STAGES.

Lala Aliyeva

If during the Soviet era Islamisation was associated only with violence, in the post-Soviet period voluntary adoption of Islam has been getting more popular and Islam is experiencing a time of its renaissance.

IVANOVKA - A LITTLE PIECE FROM SOVIET UNION

Lala Aliyeva

Ivanovka, Azerbaijan is a little piece from Soviet union, the collective farm and Molokans- a group of Christians, who were exiled from Russia by Catherine the Great in 1834.

SEX SELECTIVE ABORTIONS IN ARMENIA

Anushik Avetyan

If the phenomenon of gender-based artificial termination of pregnancy continues in Armenia, the country will lose about 93.000 women or potential parents till 2060. Today's index of 1400 unborn infant girls per year will rise to 2000 up to 2060.

I AM ALONE WITH MY PROBLEMS

Anushik Avetyan

During the day I am sitting in front of my house: here is warmer, than in the home. I am sitting here not to switch the light.

CHILDREN WITHOUT DOCUMENTS

Nezaket Zeynalli

Leyla (name changed) is one of 23 children living in orphanage. She was 2 when mother gave her to Russian baby sitter. She never came back. Little girl didn’t go to school; she lived with her nanny until she got 13. Leyla remembers how occasionally her mother sent her money and clothes.

WAR VETERANS' HOSPITAL

Lala Aliyeva

There is three storey, red brick building with falling cracked plaster and paint inside, cracks in the walls, and huge holes in the ceiling. The building blows cold and drenched by his own history. The building serves as war veteran hospital since 1978 in Tbilisi, Georgia.

EUROPE ON AIR – A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR GIPA STUDENT RADIO

Eka Maghaldadze

GIPA student radio joined the collaborative project "Europe on Air" to prepare, analyze and experiment with different radio formats together with 25 other students from universities in Turkey, Bulgaria, Spain and Belgium in March 2015.

FOLLOWING YOUR DECISION

Gunel Safarova

If a person wants to achieve his goal, all the obstacles will be removed. Like my hero. He was a soldier, for the homeland’s sake he lost his ability of walking. But he didn’t give up on life, now he is a TVpresenter who covers problems of disable people. Meet Ilham Maharramov.

ISTANBUL - THE NEW SETTLEMENT FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES

Nezaket Zeynalli

There are 822,000 refugees registered in Turkey according to UN, when Turkish Emergency Management, Civil Defense and Disaster Affairs AFAD Director General Fuat Oktay claimed there are more than 1.6 million Syrians in Turkey. Only 227,000 are registered in camps.

MAGIC PORTALS INSTEAD PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Ani Kasareli

When I was a child, I imagined I had a private portal - magic doorway in my wardrobe. Whenever I entered my “portal”, I closed my eyes and imagined I traveled through time and appeared wherever I wanted.

INTRODUCTION TO ART THERAPY

Ia Shalamberidze, Maka Gogaladze

Psychologist Salome Panjikidze talks about Art Therapy as a tool for self-expression and empowerment for everyone. 

OVERCOMING THE OBSTACLES

Ara Harutyunyan

Zara Batoyan has been struggling for 15 years for disability rights in her country, Armenia. Now she tries to make the municipal authorities to create accessible environment for people with disabilities.

ON THE ROAD - TOWARDS EU WITHOUT TRANSPORT POLICY?

Eka Maghaldadze

Old and in need of repair cars which are dangerous, increasing number of injured and dead in car accidents, intercity transportation out of control - Georgia still does not have any transport policy.

“DO ALL ROADS LEAD TO EU?" - GIPA IN LVIV

Eka Maghaldadze

“Do All Roads Lead to EU?" - This was the main question for young journalists gathered in Lviv, Ukraine to participate in International School of Journalism.

AZERBAIJANI JOURNALIST STRUGGLES FOR FULL ACQUITTAL

Leyla Mustafayeva

Thomas de Waal: ”Mirkadirov’s arrest was awful and the court’s decision on suspended sentence was pointless” Baku Court of Appeal released Azerbaijani columnist and journalist Rauf Mirkadirov on a suspended sentence on March 17, 2016.

NAGORNO-KARABAKH - COST-EFFECTIVE TOOL TO MANAGE

Samra Sadraddinli

The so-called cease-fire . At least 30 soldiers and a boy were reported killed as heavy fighting erupted between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

THE EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM

Alim Aliyev

Ilaha Musayeva has a 5-year-old son with autism. She says the family applied to the public kindergarten several times, but they would not admit the child: “My son has been getting rehabilitation for three years.

MOSUL-TBILISI

Sopho Vasadze

In Mosul, he lived alone, and in Tbilisi he wants to have a pet. Listen more in Sopho's reportage.

CINEMA STYLE POPULAR IN DOCU FESTIVAL

Aygun Rashidova, Fatima Karimova, Ulkar Salamova

”From year to year, the stylistic approach changes and we allow it. This year students presented cinematic films,” said Nino Orjonikidze, documentary film teacher at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA).

FOR FIRST TIME, GIPA DOC U HAS TEENS’ JURY

Davit Msakhuradze; Anna Makharadze

‘’We are watching these amazing documentaries, and in my opinion, this experience is very important for us and for our future,’’ said Salome Ramishvili, 10th grade student government officer at 163 School.

GIPA DOC U 2016 JURORS PRAISE MANY ENTRIES

Salome Gvelesiani, Gvansa Margishvili, Javid Ramazanov

As the part of GIPA Doc U 2016, screenings of documentary films and trans-media projects produced by students of the Caucasus school of Journalism and Media Management (CSJMM) took place in MEC (Multimedia Education Center) on November 14 and 15.

“WHY PIGS DON'T HAVE A NAME” WINS A GIPA DOCU AWARD

Suliddin Baghirov; Duyghu Gasimli.

The Annual “GIPA Docu” Documentary Films Contest featured presentation of trans-media projects by the second-year students of the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs. On November 15, a jury comprised of specialists from the film industry gave awards to nine projects.

LIFE IN CONFLICT ZONE

Nino Abdaladze, Thea Ghvinadze, Ekaterine Zhgenti, Tatuli Omiadze

Less than 70 Kilometres away from Tbilisi lays the village Khurvaleti surrounded by green mountains.

BORDER BETWEEN GEORGIANS

Sopho Vasadze, Maradia Tsaava, Gulnar Salmova, Zurab Mamgulashvili, Andrew North

At the age of 82 David Vanishvili became a star. Though, being a star is not always attractive. Vanishvili appeared to be living in a “cage” where people come to look at him several times in a month.

DOCUMENTARY MOVIE BY EKA MAGALDADZE “SPLIT” WON GIPA DOC U’S AWARD

Eka Kharbedia, Tatia Shaishmelashvili, Tako Kvachantiradze

Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) second-year student Eka Magaldadze won the GIPA Doc U main award for her movie “Split”, which was her very personal story of the difficult history of relationships in three generation of females in her family.

I AM THE MEDIA (YOUTH COMPETITION)

Do you follow the local, national, or international news? Or access media only for entertainment content? Have media confused you ever? Have they helped you in your life? Do you have critical views of newspapers, television or online media? Do you see media in a certain way?

I AM MEDIA - YOUTH COMPETITION WINNERS

Tamar Grdzelishvili, Ana Archvadze and Giorgi Vardidze were awarded the best video/animation, the best essay, and the best visual works in the youth competition describing their attitudes, views and experiences in relation with media.