IWPR activities in Central Asia

IWPR conducted trainings for Central Asian reporters on conflict-sensitive journalism focused on religions

After the training, journalists will be writing their materials for their media and analytical platform CABAR.asia..

CABAR.asia 22.02.19
Experts Call to Form a Strong School of Sinology in Kyrgyzstan

The exploration of China in Kyrgyzstan is limited to language and pop culture. But it is not enough to protect the national interests of the republic...

CABAR.asia 15.02.19

Investigations

Investigation: Fake UN Representatives Stay Active in Kazakstan

Obschestvennaya Nagrada profit organisation, which has been selling orders instituted by it to rich Kazakstanis for several years, has involved a specialist to give them out. According to th..

Artem Marusitsch 06.12.18
Why Do Isfara Residents Become Jihadists? (Multimedia)

Our journalistic investigation revealed that “economic problems, lack of money and labor migration” are the main factors of the radicalization of some Isfara residents ... But some of the ac..

Jamshed Marupov 01.11.18

Opinions

Social Experiment: How I was Wearing Headscarf in Tashkent for One Week

A journalist based in Tashkent, Louiza Atabayeva, was wearing a headscarf for a week and told what it was like to hold business meetings, travel by underground, meet boyfriend’s friends and..

Louisa Atabaeva 22.02.19
What To Expect From Uzbekistan’s New Concept Of Foreign Policy?

«Uzbekistan’s foreign policy under Mirziyoyev follows the course set by Karimov in 2012 and will continue to do so at least for the next 5 years. There any many changes that are indeed signi..

Nurbek Bekmurzaev 06.02.19