How does racism manifest itself in Azerbaijan?
Ismayil Abdullayev, a well-known football commentator in Azerbaijan, paid the price for a racist joke he made on air and sparked major debates about whether racism exists in Azerbaijan.
Girmizi Gasaba: Jerusalem of the Caucasus
A report from the"Jerusalem of the Caucasus" - a village in northern Azerbaijan.
Living by candlelight
People in three Azerbaijani villages continue to live without electricity, with some 900,000 USD allocated to supply the villages with electricity
Jangaib’s last inhabitants: Why are villages in Azerbaijan being deserted?
Poor services and roads to remote villages has led around 20 villages in Azerbaijan to be classified as "disappearing". But what effects does this have on the lives of their inhabitants?
Either dirty or not free: What's wrong with the beach season in Baku?
While beach season in Baku is loved by all and lasts late into October, the problem of finding an adequate place not illegally turned into a private beach can be tricky.
V for Vendetta: Blood feuds in Azerbaijan - a thing of the past?
Four people were shot and killed and another four were wounded and taken to hospital in Agstafa District in western Azerbaijan recently. The victim's close ones and eyewitnesses said that the incident was a result of ...
"It's your own fault"
Bullying victims in Azerbaijan are often left face to face with their problems
Feminist men in Azerbaijan
In recent years, several feminist organisations have been established in Azerbaijan and even feminist men have appeared who are not ashamed to say it publicly.
Sex Ed in Azerbaijan: What happens if you are too shy to talk to children about sex
Sex in Azerbaijan is a taboo, especially when it comes to teenagers. This leads to a host of problems - from the loss of mutual understanding between parents and kids to bullying and unwanted pregnancy.
Wolves, Jackals and Snowfalls - The Long Road to the Village School
With road conditions so poor in Shabran, a region north of Baku, many children in one village, mostly girls, often do not attend high school because the only road leading to it in the village nextover ...