A writer and photojournalist, Roubina has worked at a number of media organizations including Armenia TV. She was a correspondent for Kuwait TV from Lebanon and previously served as the English language editor at CivilNet. She is the Managing Editor at EVN Report.
Negotiating the complexities of civil aviation aside, Tatevik Revazian, chair of Armenia’s Civil Aviation Committee has had to learn how to negotiate the media landscape, trust less and break down stereotypes.
A perceived absence of agency has led to growing public indifference in Armenia. When those who do take a stand, regardless of their tactics, are left to stand alone, more questions than answers surface. From the recent sentencing of radical opposition activists, to sit-ins and hunger strikes Opera Square to continuing impunity, everyone seems to be forgetting to ask, why?
A native of Bourj Hammoud bids farewell to her hometown following an attack on writer Raffi Doudaklian in what appears to have been an attempt to silence his words. In this deeply personal essay, Roubina Margossian reflects on her complicated relationship with the town.