IWPR activities in Central Asia

IWPR teaches government employees at Osh and Jalal-Abad to carry out lectures on legal culture

CABAR.asia 05.03.17

After the training, government employees will carry out outreach activities to improve legal culture of young people and citizens of the two cities. (more…)

Promoting Investigative Journalism in Central Asia

CABAR.asia 19.12.16

IWPR has awarded the inaugural prizes in a new competition that aims to promote the culture of investigative reporting across Kyrgyz and Tajik local media. Award-winners have published a range of groundbreaking stories.  (more…)

IWPR Contributor Nominated for Prestigious Freedom of Expression Award

CABAR.asia 06.12.16

One of IWPR’s long-term contributors from Kazakstan, Gaziza Baituova, has been nominated for the Index on Censorship Journalism Award 2017. (more…)

IWPR continues to discuss the cases of violation of the servicemen rights

CABAR.asia 31.10.16

The representative office of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Tajikistan in collaboration with the public organization “Office for Civil Liberties” and Ombudsman Office in Tajikistan conducted another roundtable “The rights of the servicemen” in Devashtich district (former Gonchi district) of Sughd region of Tajikistan with the support of the European Union and the government of Norway.  (more…)

Bishkek Discusses Role of Media in Anti-Extremism Policies in Kyrgyzstan

CABAR.asia 03.10.16

Media plays important role in raising public awareness about religious issues and countering radicalism, yet the coverage should be responsible and objective, as was spoken at the conference. (more…)

IWPR Tajikistan: Rights of servicemen are discussed in Tajikistan

CABAR.asia 13.06.16

A roundtable on “Military personnel rights” was organized in Rasht region by the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Tajikistan in cooperation with Public Association “Citizens Freedoms’ Office” with the support the Ombudsman Office in the Republic of Tajikistan. (more…)

IWPR Kyrgyzstan: Investigative Journalists Drive Change

CABAR.asia 18.04.16

Investigative reports published as part of an IWPR training programme in Kyrgyzstan are leading to real changes on the ground. (more…)

IWPR Proposes Learning Tajik Peace Experience for Afghan Civil Society Activists

CABAR.asia 16.04.16

On April 14, at the initiative of the representative offices of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, an online dialogue was held between civil society representatives and intellectuals of Afghanistan and Tajikistan. The theme of this Skype conference was the experience of Tajikistan in establishing peace after the civil war of 1992-1997, and the possibility of using this experience in Afghanistan. (more…)

IWPR Kyrgyzstan: Lecture on “Active Citizenship. Civil Rights”

CABAR.asia 08.04.16

A lecture on “Active Citizenship. Civil Rights” was organised in Bishkek for the members of the Leader Youth Club at the BHU with participation of 40 students. (more…)

IWPR Kyrgyzstan: The bureau for investigative journalism of the IWPR held training for journalists

CABAR.asia 05.03.16
Employees of the leading media of Kyrgyzstan held a three-day training on investigative journalism. (more…)