Arzu Geybulla is a freelance writer originally from Azerbaijan currently based in Istanbul. She reports on human rights violations in Azerbaijan.
Published in: oDR: OpinionWe are a generation of war
As war rages over Nagorno Karabakh, does loving one’s homeland mean to support war and to shut up about the...
Published in: oDR: OpinionHow does Facebook explain the disappearance of police violence videos in Azerbaijan?
In the wake of a recent protest wave in Azerbaijan, content relating to police violence has disappeared from social...
In Azerbaijan, a hunger strike is the only remaining hope for justice
Mehman Huseynov, an Azeri blogger, is facing new fabricated charges in prison. But people inside and outside the...
Azerbaijan’s blocking of websites is a sign of further restrictions online
This month has seen yet another series of attacks on internet freedom.
Could a hashtag challenge the Aliyev regime?
Azerbaijan's political migrants are behind a new public campaign to draw attention to authoritarian rule at home....
Azerbaijan’s authoritarianism goes digital
2018 is an election year in Azerbaijan. The authorities may have the streets on lockdown, but the fight against...