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About Mari Nikuradze

Mariam Nikuradze has been working as a journalist since 2009. Since 2011, she has been a reporter for online newspaper Democracy and Freedom Watch. She also works for cross-border project Chai-khana since 2014, and has previously worked on an independent investigative project about labour conditions in Georgia.

Articles by Mari Nikuradze

This week’s editors

“Francesc”

Francesc Badia i Dalmases is Editor and Director of democraciaAbierta.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Georgia: the exiles’ election

Twenty five years after the separatist wars that shook Georgia, 265,000 displaced people still struggle to make ends meet — and their voices heard. 

Life slows down in Chiatura

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The mining town of Chiatura in western Georgia has already been cursed with poor conditions and self-serving owners. Now they’ve “temporarily” closed down the mines.

 

Left in the dark: inside Georgia’s Chiatura mines

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Workers at the Chiatura mines in western Georgia toil in abysmal conditions. Strikes, puppet trade unions and a reluctant government have all failed to improve their lot.

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