IWPR CA / Kyrgyzstan
The publication “Sinology Schools in Central Asia: Problems and Prospects” was developed by the IWPR Representative Office in Central Asia together with analysts of the regional analytical platform CABAR.asia.
From 10 to 21 June 2019, participants of the CABAR.asia School of Analytics had professional internships in the analytical centers of Georgia. The internship was organized by the IWPR Office in Central Asia.
Experts say about the need to develop multilateral approach to repatriation of the Kyrgyzstanis from Iraq and Syria.
According to Kylym Shamy human rights centre, four Kyrgyzstani women and 11 minor children are incarcerated in a Baghdad prison. According to the head of the organisation, Aziza Abdirasulova, these are the people they know about. Moreover, 46 families whose relatives have departed to war zones in the Middle East have applied to human rights defenders. Besides, 12 people with children whose relatives have not been identified so far are located in Syria.
Experts discussed timely religious issues with local authorities, religious leaders and local communities in the towns of Tokmok, Kara-Balta and Sokuluk village. (more…)
cabar.asia School of Analytics, where young analysts and experts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan took part, has ended in Almaty.
IWPR Central Asia within the ‘Development of new media and digital journalism in Central Asia’ project announces a tender to conduct a research of news consumption patterns across new media in four Central Asian countries – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
Trainings in Kyrgyzstan were held in Jalalabat, Osh and Batken cities, in Kazakhstan – Kyzylorda, Turkestan and Taraz cities.
IWPR Held an Expert Meeting on the Role and Status of the Russian Language in Central Asian Countries
On March 15, 2019, a regional expert meeting “The Role and Status of the Russian Language in Central Asia” was held at the IWPR Office in Tajikistan. Independent experts, employees of state bodies and universities, representatives of research centers, political scientists and journalists discussed the status of the Russian language in the region, its place in the linguistic landscape of Central Asian countries, and offered their vision and suggestions for the future fruitful coexistence of Russian and national languages of Central Asian countries.
We are looking for the Project Coordinator in Bishkek to manage the IWPR Central Asia project on New Media Development and Thinking in Central Asia.