Chai Khana is an award-winning regional media platform reaching women, rural communities, minority groups, and conflict-affected communities in the Caucasus. Lead entirely by women, the issue-driven multimedia platform aims to give voice to the under-represented across the region, amplifying their voices through dynamic human-focused storytelling, while providing mentorship to young, female journalists.
Chai Khana publishes a new edition every other month on a unique issue or topic - from migration to minorities in the Caucasus, using creative and experimental approaches in documentary photography, multimedia, and film. The name Chai Khana, or tea house, represents a symbolic, collective space where people come together to exchange stories, ideas, and experiences. The platform elevates this space to a new level, talking to people in the whole South Caucasus, beyond its many borders. Chai Khana develops the skills of talented, young journalists through a unique mentorship programme, investing in the next generation of media professionals.
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Nino Samkharadze, Community Engagement Manager
Impact Hub Tbilisi
8 Egnate Ninoshvili St, T'bilisi
Chai khana believes in the principle of free speech, so we do not censor the text of our materials unless they contain personally offensive terms. Taking into consideration the geographic coverage of Chai Khana’s network of reporters, materials may contain terms which are not favored by everyone in the region. It should be noted that the terms do not belong to Chai Khana, but to the reporter.
This publication was made possible thanks to the financial support of the UK government’s Conflict Stability and Security Fund. It does not necessarily reflect the official views of the UK Government. Content is the sole responsibility of Chai Khana and cannot be taken to reflect the view of the donor.
There are no vacancies offered at this time.