MediaSchool CABAR.asia conducted trainings on the basics of podcasting for students of the Journalism Department in Tashkent from 3 to 6 March with the support of the State University of World Languages and the University of Journalism and Mass Communication of Uzbekistan. (more…)
During the training, the participants got acquainted with the genres and principles of documentary films. The trainer also talked about the basics of pitching (presentation for finding an investor) scenario and basic requirements for filling out grant applications. (more…)
During the past 10 years, foreign investors withdrew more than $5 billion of profits from the Kyrgyz companies. Of these, 16% were withdrawn in 2020.
The publication “State Management in Central Asia during the COVID-19 Pandemic ” was developed by Aydar Amrebayev on the basis of the IWPR Representative Office in Central Asia and the regional analytical platform CABAR.asia. (more…)
Director of the Uzbek Center for Research Initiatives “Ma’no” Bakhtiyor Ergashev, in an interview for CABAR.asia, spoke about the specifics of the public administration system in Uzbekistan, in particular about the administrative reform and why the principle of appointing khokims is preserved.
A draft constitution will be put to the plebiscite. It is remarkably different from its current version – both by its agenda and by the distribution of authorities.
According to experts, in Kazakhstan, about 80% of facilities are inaccessible for people with disabilities, and 20% can be considered partially accessible.
“Kyrgyzstan has become a hostage of frequent constitutional changes and amendments, and this does not allow the full establishment of the rule of law and constitutionalism in the country,” mentioned Saniya Toktogazieva, a lawyer, an expert on constitutional law, in an article for CABAR.asia.
The widespread penetration of internet into daily life causes new types of issues. For example, the harassment and insult of a person on social media and other platforms.
The trainings were held online on topics such as: new media, digital journalism and media literacy. The trainers were IWPR editors, media experts and experienced journalists from the CIS countries and outside the region.