The Southern Caucasus has a brain drain problem

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Image byEryk Fudala. Free to use under the Unsplash License. This article is based on an article series originally published by Chaikhana Media. An edited version has been republished here under a content partnership agreement. Young people and professionals from Southern Caucasus are increasingly seeking out opportunities abroad, citing local unemployment, a lack of feasible job opportunities, and limited prospects for the future in their home countries. The overall declining environment for civic space only exacerbates the situation. The CIVICUS Monitor tracking civic space freedoms lists Az…

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