IWPR activities in Central Asia
IWPR Organized Panel On “Kyrgyzstan’s Post-election Crisis: Causes, Subtleties and Seeking Solutions”
On October 13, 2020, IWPR organized an online panel entitled “Kyrgyzstan’s Post-election Crisis: Causes, Subtleties and Seeking Solutions.” (more…)
September was remarkable for its special mood and “presence effect”. We held one-week intensive course for 30+ young experts from the region and the first round of the Kilogram of Content Marathon, which united 200+ young people from four countries who created 600+ stories and new thoughts on the social networks. They are something to think about, write about and reflect on. We present to you CABAR.asia Online Events Digest. See you in October!
“Is It Easy to Be Young? The New Faces in the Politics and Economy of Tajikistan” was the topic of the online expert meeting by IWPR Central Asia on September 30.
The 2020 CABAR.asia School of Analytics, with the participation of junior analysts and experts from Central Asia, has come to an end. (more…)
Central Asian Journalism Has a Female Face: IWPR Held Round Table on Women and Gender Issues in Media
How to write about women and gender issues and why it is important to talk about discrimination of female media workers in Central Asia is the key topic of the round table held online on September 15.
Despite the holiday season, August was full of online events. CABAR.asia Media School is ready for the new academic year: there were intensive workshops, expert meetings, podcasts, new publications, and, traditionally, the most relevant analytics on Central Asia. In this digest, we mark the end of summer and share the highlights of August.
The journalism faculties’ professors from Central Asia gathered to discuss online education and methods of effective communication with students. (more…)
The publication “Renewable Energy Sources: What should be on the Agenda now?” was developed by Dr. Farkhod Aminjonov on the basis of the IWPR Representative Office in Central Asia and the regional analytical platform CABAR.asia. (more…)
IWPR Organized an Event On “Online Learning During the COVID-19: Human Development Prospects in Central Asia”
On August 12, the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Central Asia (IWPR CA) together with the Kazakhstan Council on Foreign Relations organized an online discussion devoted to “Online Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Human Development Prospects in Central Asia.” (more…)
The IWPR Central Asia team continues to work online with a particular attention on building the capacity of the region’s media community. We believe this is critical to mobilize resources for countering the pandemic. We are pleased to share our work with you, and inspire you to continue your personal development despite challenges.