Publication

Infographic on IWPR Kyrgyzstan  activities on the project  «Creating a Culture of Investigative Journalism for Furthering Democratic Reform – Linking Human Rights Organizations, Government Officials and the Media to Promote Change» funded by the European Union and Foreign Ministry of Norway. Information for the period: January 2015 – April 2016

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Survey of the level of integration between the media and human rights organizations in solving problems relating to the protection of Human Rights in Kyrgyzstan

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 Baseline Survey 
To determine the starting situation for the IWPR project «Creating a culture of investigative journalism to promote democratic reform: linking human rights organizations, public institutions and the media», the Representative Office of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Kyrgyzstan conducted a survey among representatives of the media and human rights defenders from February to April 2015.

The aim of the survey was to determine the level of partnership between the media and human rights organizations in solving problems relating to the protection of human rights, how human rights organizations use the media as a tool to expand their audience and strengthen the impact of their message. In addition, the survey was an attempt to determine the opportunities for cooperation between the media and human rights organizations in conducting investigative journalism.

The publication is available on the following link:

Survey of the level of integration between the media and human rights organizations(English)

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Story based inquiry: mannual on journalistic investigations 
Story-based_inquiry_rus_coverIWPR published this manual within the project “Creating a culture of investigative journalism for furthering democratic reform: Linking human rights organizations, government and media”, which is supported by the European Union and the Government of Norway.This manual guides you or your class through the basics of conceiving, structuring, researching, composing and publishing an investigation. It’s based on doctoral-level research and an aggregate 100 years of professional practice.The original of the manual was published by UNESO in 2011.The publication is available on the following links:
Story-based inquiry: manual for investigative journalists (Russian)
Story-based inquiry: manual for investigative journalists (Kyrgyz)
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News Analysis on Radio: A Handbook for Central Asian Journalists

radio_hbook_centasia_cover_webNews Analysis on Radio – A Handbook for Central Asian Journalists is designed to familiarise beginners and advanced journalists with the basics of radio production. The handbook was written by IWPR radio editors in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and based on a journalists’ needs assessment. It has many suggestions, theoretical as well as practical that are helpful in learning how to produce radio pieces and present themes in an interesting way. All aspects of radio production are explained in the publication.

The publication is available on the following link:  Handbook for Central Asian Journalist (Russian).

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Effective Communications: A Practical Guide for Human Rights NGOs
centasia_ngo_hrights_1Effective Communications: A Practical Guide for Human Rights NGOs is a unique resource for Central Asian human rights activists. Leading human rights experts provide guidance on how NGOs can engage with the media to get their message out to the public. A number of case studies are included in the publication, which was prepared under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission.The publication is available on the following link:Effective Communication (Russian)
Effective Communication (Kyrgyz)
Effective Communication (Uzbek)
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Reporting Human Rights: A Practical Handbook for Journalists
centasia_journo_hrightsReporting Human Rights: A Practical Handbook for Journalists is the most comprehensive resource for Central Asian journalists on how to report about human rights issues. Editors of leading media, media and human rights experts from Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and the United States provide advice on a diverse range of subjects, from security to psychology, aimed at enabling Central Asian journalists to write more professionally about human rights violations.The handbook was prepared under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission.The publication is available on the following link:

Reporting Human Rights: A Practical Handbook for Journalists – Russian (PDF)
Reporting Human Rights: A Practical Handbook for Journalists – Kyrgyz (PDF)
Reporting Human Rights: A Practical Handbook for Journalists – Uzbek (PDF)
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Human Rights in Central Asia Newsletter No. 7 Jul/Sep 2010
cahr_newsletter_07_kazakThe quarterly newsletter Human Rights in Central Asia, produced under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission, contains comprehensive information about the project’s activities in the region (round tables, public discussions, and training events) and the human rights stories posted on the IWPR website that attracted the most public attention.

The newsletter is regularly sent to state bodies, human rights NGOs, and media organisations in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and to independent human rights activists from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, based in Europe.

The publication is available on the following link:

CAHR Newsletter No 7 Kazak (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No 7 Kyrgyz (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No 7 Russian (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No 7 Tajik (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No 7 Uzbek (PDF)
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Human Rights in Central Asia Newsletter No. 6 May/Jun 2010
The quarterly newsletter Human Rights in Central Asia, produced under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission, contains comprehensive information about the project’s activities in the region (round tables, public discussions, and training events) and the human rights stories posted on the IWPR website that attracted the most public attention.

The newsletter is regularly sent to state bodies, human rights NGOs, and media organisations in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and to independent human rights activists from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, based in Europe.

The publication is available on the following link:

CAHR Newsletter No. 5 Kazak (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 5 Kyrgyz (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 5 Russian (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 5 Tajik (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 5 Uzbek (PDF)
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Human Rights in Central Asia Newsletter No. 4 Jan/Feb 2010
The quarterly newsletter Human Rights in Central Asia, produced under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission, contains comprehensive information about the project’s activities in the region (round tables, public discussions, and training events) and the human rights stories posted on the IWPR website that attracted the most public attention.

The newsletter is regularly sent to state bodies, human rights NGOs, and media organisations in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and to independent human rights activists from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, based in Europe.

The publication is available on the following link:

CAHR Newsletter No. 4 Kazak (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 4 Kyrgyz (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 4 Russian (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 4 Tajik (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 4 Uzbek (PDF)
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Human Rights in Central Asia Newsletter No. 3 Oct/Dec 2009
The quarterly newsletter Human Rights in Central Asia, produced under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission, contains comprehensive information about the project’s activities in the region (round tables, public discussions, and training events) and the human rights stories posted on the IWPR website that attracted the most public attention.

The newsletter is regularly sent to state bodies, human rights NGOs, and media organisations in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and to independent human rights activists from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, based in Europe.

The publication is available on the following link:

CAHR Newsletter No. 3 Kazak (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 3 Kyrgyz (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 3 Russian (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 3 Tajik (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 3 Uzbek (PDF)
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Human Rights in Central Asia Newsletter No. 2 Jul/Sep 2009
The quarterly newsletter Human Rights in Central Asia, produced under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission, contains comprehensive information about the project’s activities in the region (round tables, public discussions, and training events) and the human rights stories posted on the IWPR website that attracted the most public attention.

The newsletter is regularly sent to state bodies, human rights NGOs, and media organisations in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and to independent human rights activists from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, based in Europe.

The publication is available on the following link:

CAHR Newsletter No. 2 Kazak (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 2 Kyrgyz (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 2 Russian (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 2 Tajik (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 2 Uzbek (PDF)
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Human Rights in Central Asia Newsletter No. 1 Apr/Jun 2009
The quarterly newsletter Human Rights in Central Asia, produced under the Building Human Rights Protection and Education Through the Media in Central Asia Project, funded by the European Commission, contains comprehensive information about the project’s activities in the region (round tables, public discussions, and training events) and the human rights stories posted on the IWPR website that attracted the most public attention.

The newsletter is regularly sent to state bodies, human rights NGOs, and media organisations in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and to independent human rights activists from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, based in Europe.

The publication is available on the following link:

CAHR Newsletter No. 1 English (PDF)
CAHR Newsletter No. 1 Russian (PDF)